By C. G. Jung
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Our present mental state depends upon our history. " The events which do not awaken any strong emotions have little influence on our thoughts or actions, whereas those which provoke strong emotional reactions are of great importance for our subsequent psychological development. These memories with a strong feel ing-tone form complexes of associations which are not only long enduring but are very powerful and closely interlinked. An ob ject which I regard with little interest calls forth few associa tions and soon vanishes from my intellectual horizon.
Then the teacher said it would be nice if the two girls gave the bride their black veil, which they had got on the way, I don't know where. The girls gave it to her, and the bride said they were nice generous children. Then Marie said, it they went on further and stopped at the Sun Inn. There they had to eat, I don't know what. Then they went on the honey moon trip to Andermatt. They went into a barn and danced. All the men had taken off their coats except the teacher. The bride said he should take off.
Here that the 115 * l6 pretty well everything is too improper to be told. wedding takes place with the "wife/* Note (4) The teacher and Marie went bathing, and he asked Marie if she wanted to come along too. She said yes. When they had gone out together they met Lina, and the teacher asked if she wanted to come with them. And they went further out. Then I heard that she said the teacher said that Lina and she were his favourite pupils. She also told us that the teacher was in his bathing-dress.