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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.} ========================================================== %EXCLUSIVE GOOD EVIL BALANCE 960308 Admonitions on the left below are often in tension, if not in conflict with, admonitions on the right below. This is especially the case if the admonitions come from people who respect specialization, narrowness of focus, concentration, exclusivity, discipline, and/or being in control. Adjust to change. Preserve traditions. Grow and be renewed. Hold on to respectability. Describe your experiences. Respect all commandments. Tell what you know. Respect authorities. Be creative. Be systematic & disciplined Let your imagination roam. Reject evil thoughts. Try out new ways of being. Yield not to temptation. Be true to yourself & others. Do not stir up controversy. Love all God's children. Tolerate not evil behavior. Help resolve conflicts. Compromise not ideals. Be inclusive in attitudes. Associate not with devils. Learn from your experiences. Trust the holy scriptures. Be flexible. Be ye perfect. Seek personal integrity. Be loyal to the community. Seek communal integrity. Obey people in authority. Be open and honest. Maintain tranquility. Be in mutual dialogue. Be disciplined team members Seek new insights. Be "self" disciplined. Clarify confused issues. Do not rock the boat. Liberate the imprisoned. Challenge-not due authority Empower the powerless. Support law and order. Reconcile the estranged. Do not pamper criminals. Love neighbors as yourself. Carefully manage outcomes. Be authentic. Perform prescribed rituals. Be just and humble. Be sure and self confident. Be on a journey of growth. Be perfect where you are. When the above tensions and/or conflicts are not recognized, named, described and talked about---people do not seek or enjoy personal and communal integrity. Then people and communities disintegrate in ways which they do not recognize, name, describe or talk about. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================