A Cure For Suicide Symbols & Objects

Jesse Ball
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A Chair

The chair serves as two symbols. One is choice. There are many chairs in the house the claimant lives in and he can choose which chair to sit in. The other is the chair you decide to sit in in life. What do you choose to be your identity? Whatever it is, is the chair that you decide to sit in. There are many chairs, however, and one is free to move from one chair to another.

A Table

What one can do with a table is another symbol for choice. The table is also used to as a symbol of what appears to be real and what is truly real. Is a brown table really brown or is it really even a table?

The Villages

The villages symbolize lessons that the claimant needs to learn if he's going to be productive again.

Rana's Family

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