Archetypes In Quiet Kill

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Quiet Kill A person need hardly be starving for food to be considered a Beggar. People “beg” for attention, love, authority, and material objects. We “throw a dog a bone” to give a powerless being a “treat” of power. From a symbolic perspective, Beggar archetype is a test that compels a person to confront self-empowerment beginning at the base level of physical survival. Learning about the nature of generosity, compassion, and self esteem are fundamental to this archetypal pattern. Gramps: “Son of a gun, I never would’ve imagined I’d live to see this day come. A beggar for a preacher—doesn’t that beat all?”

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