The first time I read about Frank Herbert’s masterpiece, Dune, I couldn’t help but think about it. I couldn’t help but think how so much of our lives revolve around self-reflection.
Frank Herberts masterpiece is an allegory of a person who is so consumed with self-reflection that he forgets that he is a human being. He forgets he was once a soldier, he forgets that he was once a writer, he forgets that he was once an artist, and most importantly, he forgets that he was once a hunter. In a world where the majority of people are just hunters, our Frank is the hunter. He hunts to hunt to hunt.
There is an interesting parallel to this from the game’s own creation. You see, a person who is addicted to the self-reflection he sees each and every day is the same person who is addicted to drugs and alcohol. They are the people that are addicted themselves and they just don’t care. They just enjoy the self-reflection of the substances themselves. What they don’t realize is that they become addicted to other people’s self-reflective distractions.
The fact is that people addicted to drugs and alcohol are the most aware of the effects of their addictions. They are addicted to the way they see themselves, they are addicted to the way they see the world, they are addicted to the way the world sees them. They are addicted, and more importantly, when they are addicted, they are not aware of it.
It is important to note that addiction is not the same thing as a substance addiction. Addiction is not a state of being that is unable to control the substance in the body. It is a state of being that is able to control the substance, but is unaware of the changes that are occurring. The problem is that most people who use drugs, alcohol, etc.
Alcoholics are addicted to alcohol. They are not aware of it. They are intoxicated. They are not aware of the changes that are making themselves sick. The same goes for addicts who use other substances. The term addict is a misnomer, and what you are addicted to is your perception of reality.
Many people who use alcohol, drugs, etc. believe that they are in control of their substance use and will never have to deal with the consequences. This can lead to some of the most tragic outcomes for others. For instance, one of the most dangerous side effects of alcohol use is the loss of judgment. It is easy to start abusing alcohol because you are drunk. You have no shame and no sense of right and wrong. The same goes for addicts who use other substances.
This is another way you can cause a lot of trouble. By using your mind to think of bad things happening to others, you are not only encouraging addiction, but making it all the easier. One of the most damaging things you can do to yourself is to believe that you can’t get problems out of your own head. This is a way to try to avoid dealing with your problems.
The main bad thing a recovering addict can do is believe that he is not worthy of help. The key to recovery is to believe that the one person who can help YOU is worthy of help. By treating yourself with a lot of blame and resentment, you are actually starting the cycle of self-destructive behavior that the addict is fighting to avoid and you lose the inner confidence that you have had. This is a very common pattern of addiction.
This is a very common pattern of addiction. Dune Frank Herbert learned this the hard way when his heroin addiction destroyed his life. He was a brilliant scientist trying to solve the mysteries of the universe. He was a scientist who suffered from the very same addiction that destroyed his life.