I hope that I have clarified sufficiently my two complicated points to my viewers. I now present you with my last value differences between the socio-capitalist order and the Natural Order. It has to do with my new radical differences between illness and crisis.
According my social definitions on illness and crisis, I fell ill in 1998 when I broke down, and I suffered a first crisis in the same year, when I became suicidal. I also suffered crises in the year 2000, when I felt like stabbing my mum, and in the year 2005, when I felt like stabbing my husband (pictured below)
Moving on to my definition of illness and crisis in the Natural Order:
According to these definitions I became ill the day I was conceived in 1950, and my crisis started in 1998 when my health broke down (pictured below).
The following slide might be a bit heavy. My intention is to visualise, according to my experience, my value differences between illness and crisis. They are my two different perspectives from the two different worlds that I have experienced and understood throughout my research.
I would like to emphasise here further: what is illness in the social order, is crisis in the Natural Order.