By GRACE MATHEW
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Unlike the body's systems, the three parts of the personality cannot be illustrated through photographs or sketches, because the division into three parts is a conceptual abstraction. But the idea is comprehensible in view of the differentiated and definable sets of functions. The id is the most primitive part of the personality — the part that we share with animals. It is the seat of instincts and is said to operate on the pleasure principle or the principle of instant gratification. Fulfilment of biological needs is the main concern of the id.
The human body is divided into different parts or systems, like the digestive system, nervous system, circulatory system, where each system denotes and carries out a distinctive set of functions. Similarly, the three parts of the personality, the id, ego and the superego perform different sets of functions. Unlike the body's systems, the three parts of the personality cannot be illustrated through photographs or sketches, because the division into three parts is a conceptual abstraction. But the idea is comprehensible in view of the differentiated and definable sets of functions.
These children do not get even a word of explanation from the adults who manipulate the event quite mechanically. Salim was a boy of eight who was longingly waiting for a father whom he would never see. The father had died three years earlier but the child was never told about it. And one day, Salim found himself in a children's institution not knowing the reason why he was there. Nevertheless, he continued to wait for his father. In addition to the pain inherent in the situation, there was the teasing and mocking from other boys who made fun of his appearance.