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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.} ========================================================== %TRUE LOVE PROMPT WILL VULNERABLE SAFE FREE 940415 True love prompts us to be willing to be vulnerable to each other; not to make others to be vulnerable to us. True love prompts us to give to each other the freedom to be safely vulnerable with us---within secure contexts wherein we are also safely vulnerable with them. True love does not prompt us to steal from each other true security which is the freedom to be safely venerable with us--- within secure contexts wherein we are also safely vulnerable with them. True love prompts us to honestly listen to, be sensitive to, and be openly responsive to each other. True love does not prompt us to preach at, talk at, lecture to, admonish, prescribe, prohibit, judge, excommunicate, disfellowship, alienate, and/or punish each other. True love seeks to lead us to acknowledge, affirm and celebrate how fully we are already essentially inter- connected, and how we may more fully fulfill how we are already essentially inter-connected. Our ego, on the other hand, seeks to be (make us appear to be) in control as a superior separated being. True love leads us to maximize our integrated advantage as a communal whole, through the fulfillment of our essential inter-connectedness. Our ego seeks to maximize its own (appearing as if it were our own) separated advantage---at the expense, of others' (appearing as if they were our enemy') separated advantage. True love leads us to approach each other with integrative assumptions, attitudes, interests, desires, hopes and aspirations---regarding each other as essentially interconnected in our cosmic unity which exists in our eternal now of being the cosmic unity. Our ego seeks to lead us to separate, analyze and manipulate ourselves and each other---as separated objects free of any essential inter-connections and avoiding the risks of making any essential inter-connections. True love leads us to seek to develop open and honest relationships of mutual trust wherein we are all safe to take the risks which are inherent in truly intimate relationships of mutual dialogue, cooperation and inclusive interconnection. Our ego leads us to seek to achieve isolated security through attempts to be in control of our environment via actual and/or threatened violent maneuvers of deceptive appearances; and through physical, psychological, economic, scientific, technocratic, religious and spiritual manipulations. The paradigms of people who are compulsively preoccupied with: isolated objects, objective relationships, technologies, technocratic fixes, personal manipulations, regulations, achievements, conformity, rules, laws, prohibitions, prescriptions, commandments, threats, judgments and punishments---are paradigms which undermine personal and communal integrity by leading people to approach each other with dis-connective assumptions and attitudes. Any technical superiority which their ways may appear to have---is undermined by the spirit which motivates and guides the personal incarnations of the paradigms. To people who are involved in collusive games of mutual self deception the possibility that people might be inter-connected with each other in essentially intimate ways---with information flowing back and forth apart from calculated efforts to manipulate each other through selective communications---is a terrifying possibility. Through their firm convictions about the assumptions of their objective paradigm---they exclude the possibility of discovering, talking about and becoming fully informed about essential human inter-dependencies, reflexive relationships, and inter-connections. Hypotheses relating to such integrative realities are taboo. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================