Dr. Freud said if you have a strong superego it will help you subdue those baser instincts and depraved inclinations (which he called the id) and keep you on the straight and narrow.
I guess my superego must be pretty good because I’ve pretty much avoided participating in any of the seven deadly sins very much. As I think about it, I’m pretty modest, my desires are nearly non-existent, I don’t eat very much, am generally pretty good natured and I really try to keep my room clean.
So I guess maybe I might be thought of, in all modesty, as a good role model for the younger dolls, you know, someone to look up to. They might even find me admirable even saintly, after I’m gone; someone they can place on a pedestal as the paradigm of virtue. And then maybe they’ll build a temple for me where I can be forever held in the highest esteem-even worshiped. Maybe the Church will canonize me and actually make me a saint.
Boy, what a thought! I wonder what Dr. Freud would say. I hope he wouldn’t think I’m suffering delusions of grandeur.
ha! fantastic image..’.delusions of grandeur’ is my favorite 😀
only unpleasant for the other guy…
Thanks, Zoë. I have a feeling Dr. Freud had a pretty healthy sense of self-worth himself.