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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %HEALING A COLLUSIVE TABOO RIDDEN COMMUNITY 870424 A community which has lost its real unity in collusive behavior is in need of healing activities which will help the community in unity to restore communal members. Positive creative steps need to be taken in such a community to restore health to behavior patterns which have long been lead by collusive games and their taboos designed to control feared behavior. When fear rules integrity declines. Members of such a community need to be released from the rule of fear. Discovery requires careful leading by creative people who see the way out of the prisons built by collusive behavior rooted in fear. Fearful people who lack self esteem try to eliminate their fears by attempting to control feared things in such a way as to overcome their fears. They believe that their fears originate in objective realities which may be controlled through understanding, prediction and control. They seek knowledge of good, evil, and technology in order to gain control over good, evil and technology as means to controlling their fears. Such people reject (and so alienate) any others who fail to conform to their programs of control. Their lack of self esteem is rooted in such rejections by fearful people; thus they perpetuate a tragic feed-back loop which blinds its victims and imprisons them in collusive games of mutual self deception in which the least biased kind of knowledge is objective manipulative knowledge by which objects and objectified persons may be controlled. So long as fear controls the lives of such people, they seek to gain control of their fears by attempting to control other people and life processes. They as addicts can not admit that they can not control that which they seek to control. They can not receive help until they admit that they can not be in control and that they would be healthier with a generous measure of humility and the freedom to be vulnerable in meaningful intimate relationships. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================