It's a story. Each of us carries a constant inner war. This is because there are two wolves fighting inside us. The first wolf represents evil, fear, anger, envy, resentment, greed, pride, arrogance. The second wolf represents the good, the joy of peace, love, hope, gentleness, kindness, generosity, truth and faith. Which one will win? Of course, the one we'll feed more. What's she feeding? Who's she picking?
It is about the inner confrontation at the decision-making level. A pact. Strangely, the woman embraces aggression. And yet she feels liberated. She no longer wants to be conflicted and abandon herself. Even if the choice can devour her.
She prefers to be consumed rather than not knowing what she's doing.
Better accept the beast than the insecurity of the inner struggle.