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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.} ========================================================== %OUTWARD OBJECTIVE BEHAVIOR ATTITUDE BELIEF DESIRE+950815 %RELIGIOUS CONTROL MANIPULATION FUNDAMENTAL FEARS+950815 %SCIENCE OBJECT ANALYSIS PREDICT EXPECT REQUIRE LAW 950815 People who are preoccupied with objects, objective behaviors and outward signs---usually discourage people from showing outwardly any signs of their true inner attitudes, beliefs. desires, perceptions, insights, desires, fears and motivations. In the presence of people who are preoccupied with objective considerations, few people have the courage to be open and honest. Thus compulsively "objective" people encourage dishonesty, deception, and both personal and communal disintegration. People who are preoccupied with "objective" signs will thus remain ignorant of the motivations which lead to the "objective" behaviors which they "perceive." It is not only professionally trained scientific specialists who are preoccupied with "objective" signs. Often religious people who pride themselves on their high levels of spirituality and morality are preoccupied with "objective" signs---in terms of which to make legalistic judgements about how "good" or "evil" various people and/or their behaviors are. Do people recite the "correct" creeds? Do they perform the "correct" rituals regularly? Do they avoid saying "incorrect" things? Do they avoid expressing "incorrect" thoughts, perceptions, desires, and fears. Do they avoid associating with, and being influenced by "evil" people? People who are preoccupied with "objective" signs are usually preoccupied with issues of control: of what, by whom, how, for what reason, to what advantage, how perfectly, etc. Their efforts usually lead to alienation, estrangement, excommunications, ignorance, misunder- standing and evil-relationships. But in their view such effects are not important---because they are not essentially objective. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================