I've been reading some threads here and I find myself with a question *note: I'm not attacking anyone, just trying to understand and possibly stimulate a conversation*:
Whereas words are arbitrary (ex: an orange could be called a pickle, it all depends on how and what language we learn) and therefore it would be purely what one was socialized to associate the word "demon" with that would create a desire to call oneself a Demon.
Whereas Demons have been (at least from what I've read on this board, correct me if I am wrong) defined as being creatures entirely composed of chaos and that is the only solid connection between them.
Is every person with a severe aversion to order/severe attraction to chaos a demon? How, if that is not the case and knowing the diverse ideas people have been socialized into around the word "demon", would one determine if they were or weren't one?
I don't think this question has been posed quite like this before, and was wondering (as a person who can never settle on much of anything, counts money in incomprehensible little piles of whatever (
), has interests changing at random, who gets bored easily, who cleans only when the whim strikes, etc....).