The Twenty-First Prasad
But the fully growns are at the same time consumed by the controlling, conforming, backwards thinking, alien, and crazed overstimulation of consciousness that we’ve been describing. In this state they are hardly fit to be good care givers to newborns.
Remember that fear for their survival – of deprivation and uncertainty – drives their obsessive controlling and conforming. So there was an increasing tendency, as you became more “human,” as we’ve defined you, to not want to add the burden of caring for dependent young ones to your already uncertain state.
Alongside the increasing time of helplessness and dependence of newborns was the increasing reluctance of fully growns to jeopardize their survival for their own newborns. These reluctant feelings did not fully manifest, however, until around the time of ultimate control and crazed beingness that occurred with the switch to sedentary and accumulating-conforming ways.
(to be continued)