justice-with-strawberries: "Ah, yes. That's right. I did have a question for you, Beyond. What do you know of the term: shinigami eyes." His stare dead-on as he stuck his hands into deep faded denim pockets.
“L, you are feeling very curious today. Let me better ask you this; what do you know about my eyes?” He suddenly narrowed his eyes and scanned the detective in front of him.
“Pathological egocentricity and incapacity for love” To psychopaths people are objects whose needs and even lives don’t matter except in so far as they can use them. After using people, they toss them away. Psychopaths can’t feel anything, not even joy or happiness very deeply.
Psychopaths can, however, sometimes experience intense attachmentswithout emotional bonding. Some of them have such obsessive infatuations that they may even stalk their targets for an extended period of time. This behavior, however, is not tied to any genuine feelings of love or even to “being in love.”
Dr. Hervey Cleckley, pioneer in the field of psychopathy and professor of psychiatry declares that a Psycho is incapable of feeling love or have a sane environment around people because they see them only as an object that can be used for his own benefit.
I’m not the kind of person who actually likes to look behind, what I’ve done in the past is done and that’s it, I can’t change anything even if I wanted to. Maybe a few years ago I would have a different answer for this, but now, well… If you look too much at your past, you are going to end stamping with the present.