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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.} ========================================================== %TRULY SPIRITUAL PERSON ACKNOWLEDGE LIMIT POWER+921213 %NEED AVOID LACK HEALTHY REFLEXIVE ROLE MODELS+921213 %LOVE VICTIM CONFLICT OBJECTIVE ADDICT IDEAL VALUE 921213 A major human dilemma pertains to how we respond to human: suffering, misery, mourning, pain, afflictions, diseases, evils, anxiety, despair, despondency, errors, mistakes, failures, imperfections, sins, wars, terrorists, criminals, militarists, fanatics, tragedies, etc. How we explain, conceptualize, understand, context, perceive, think, act, feel, and respond to such as these, does much to make us and our communities healthy or diseased. In attempts to protect ourselves we may be: indifferent, insensitive, calloused, distant, objective, selfish, blind, egotistical, etc. In efforts to avoid the latter kinds of responses we may be: intrusive, officious, meddlesome, attached, compulsive, hyper-sensitive, hyper-active, codependent, intense, do-gooders, martyrs, self-sacrificing, victims of addicts, etc. In any case, how we respond plays a key role in making us and our communities to become integrative or disintegrative in fundamental ways. We need to respond in ways which help us to discover each other in integrative ways; rather than in ways which lead us to become alienated from each other in disintegrative ways. See the next essay. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================