A person dies. How they die is from those who desire possession not equality. Those who desire possession demanded an unbalanced equation. Such cruelty lasts long after it has ended. By treating a person this way those who desire possession can feel bigger as if they know better. However those who desire possession know far worse than anyone.
Emptiness occurs with these unequal relationships. Power dynamics mean that those who desire possession take more and more of a person until almost nothing is left. Those who desire possession break people down, scoop them out, grind them down into the earth. Rather than focus on their awfulness, those who desire possession point out the terrible things they haven’t done to the person. For whatever reason those who desire possession think that the things they haven’t done define them rather than the things they have done. By avoiding doing a few things that everyone would agree would be bad, those who desire possession are able to justify to themselves being moral upright people when that is far from the truth.
To remove those who desire possession from a life requires lots of scrubbing. Possessions are littered around an area as a strange way of marking territory. Little things like a soap bigger things like a shower they try to own it all. Control freaks they remain unaware of their cruelty towards others. From the outside their objects appear to be tokens of affection. Those who are in relationships with them understand that it is yet another way for them to come inside a person’s mind. Even language is specifically hone by those who desire possession in order to show that they remain dominant.
Healthy relationships mark the end of the wretched ones. For a while after the terribleness has subsided there is an emptiness, a feeling of loneliness. Eventually that loneliness dies. The awfulness passes away with all the negativity, the nerves, the prison, the guarantees, these are reminiscent of a geography that mapped out a life in painful controlling detail. Such relationships ought to be ended to let those who desire possession to stop emptying people out to control them.
Unfortunately it does not end so peacefully. Those who desire possession refuse to admit wrongdoing. Even when it would be the only human thing they could do, those who desire possession want to always be in control, to never admit that their actions were deplorable, that they destroy people. If those who desire possession admitted wrongdoing then they would feel remorse and would be force to stop their aggression, their preying on the innocent. A person dies and a person is born again, out of the hurt ready to start anew.