Author: Jan Scholten
They have to follow their desires, wanted to show off.
Restrained, frustrated by duties.
A preaching vicar, knowing better, talks extensively and with fire about God and love; at the same time has many sexual relationships with women and isn't correct with money, spending donations for the good cause for himself.
They are very idealistic and forget the reality.
The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
Set on fire by the spiritual, God, heaven, they have a bright vision of how things are and should be.
When the fire is over they remain empty and sad.
Actors, artists, with inspiration alternating with emptiness.
Better in company.
They have to invent something new, all the time, to bind people to them.
The show must go on.
They show when in company, they prefer to be alone when they feel empty.
Not very busy with the family, they expect the family to be busy with them.
They fear to have no one anymore, so they bind people to them, with money, show and stories.
As a child they had parents that did not see them, they were too busy with work and the other children; they feel they are not seen and not cared for.
The youngest child in the family, unwanted as there were already too many children.
Poor families, poor background and lower social classes.
They have to work themselves up in higher social classes.
Growing against resistance on poor soil.