August 8, 2010
Teeth Model Scene

Narrate:
Often these days He feel something really strange happening to him; He always unconsciously gnash his teeth. Even when he is not speaking he still bite the inside of his mouth. Theses things are always unconsciously happening to his body.
Some of his friends tell him that when you gnash your teeth while sleeping it can mean that you have many serious thoughts going on in your head. Actually, he doesn’t gnash his teeth while sleeping but when he is doing things in his daily life.
Insinuate: 
He once heard bad words: it was as though his head and his body was hammering. The result of that, a kind of concussion, slightly ate his sub-conscious and put the same bad words into it.
He once heard bad words: it always make him feel bitter, but whatever or however he feel, even though the speaker is abusive, he can still sense his teeth moving slowly down, transferring pressure to his tongue during the movement of mouth and lips as they are performing their function.
Such moments make me realize that at the same time there is both repentance and un-repentance in his mind. So the question pops into his mind; is his father pretending and if so, why?
Why are the same things still going despite his father deep repentance?
Why do he still feel bitter, even though he know that repentance will come after?

Teeth Model Scene

Narrate:

Often these days He feel something really strange happening to him; He always unconsciously gnash his teeth. Even when he is not speaking he still bite the inside of his mouth. Theses things are always unconsciously happening to his body.

Some of his friends tell him that when you gnash your teeth while sleeping it can mean that you have many serious thoughts going on in your head. Actually, he doesn’t gnash his teeth while sleeping but when he is doing things in his daily life.

Insinuate:

He once heard bad words: it was as though his head and his body was hammering. The result of that, a kind of concussion, slightly ate his sub-conscious and put the same bad words into it.

He once heard bad words: it always make him feel bitter, but whatever or however he feel, even though the speaker is abusive, he can still sense his teeth moving slowly down, transferring pressure to his tongue during the movement of mouth and lips as they are performing their function.

Such moments make me realize that at the same time there is both repentance and un-repentance in his mind. So the question pops into his mind; is his father pretending and if so, why?

Why are the same things still going despite his father deep repentance?

Why do he still feel bitter, even though he know that repentance will come after?