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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.} ========================================================== %COMMUNICATION CONTROLS COERCION VIOLENCE ALIENATE+971116 %CONSTITUTION BILL RIGHTS SECULAR SPIRITUAL TRUTHS+971116 %BLOCKAGE DEMAND EXTRACTION THREATEN TORTURE EVILS+971116 %EXCOMMUNICATE EXCLUSIVE REJECTION CONDITION ACCEPT 971116 Attempts to control human communications engender alienation and evil reactions to the attempts to control human communications. Thus any attempt to control human communications is itself an evil attempt --- whether it is an attempt to prevent communication or an attempt to force communication which is not desired through free- will on the part of the participants. All human communications entail at least two "participants". If any "participant" does not desire to be a "participant" in some communication and the communication is forced by any "participant" --- there is therein an attempt to control human communication which is itself an evil attempt. FIRSTLY: An attempt to control human communication can entail attempts to force a transfer of information when those forced to be participants in the transfer do not want to be involved in any such transfer of information: An attempt to control human communication may be made on the part of: 1. A person trying to force a reception by other of "information" from self; attempting a forceful injection of unwelcomed information. 2. A person trying to forcefully extract information from other that other does not want to reveal. 3. A person trying to force two or more other people to exchange information which one or more of them object to exchanging --- because they do not want: a. To divulge some information. b. To receive some information. c. To be forced to exchange some information. d. To see others forced to exchange some information. SECONDLY: An attempt to control human communication may be made on the part of: 1. A person trying to prevent another person from making information available to someone else. 2. A person trying to prevent the reception (by another person) of information which would otherwise be available them. 3. A person seeking to create a general climate in which people fear to make "taboo" information available to others; or to be receptive to the receipt of information which is "taboo". 4. A person or persons seeking to serve as "gate keepers" of the flow of information between others --- serving as censors at various points along the communication lines. All of the above attempts to control the flow of information are violations of basic human rights to engage in unfettered communications --- enshrined in various ways in secular constitutions and statements of human rights. Many religious leaders do not fully respect such secular constitutions and statement of human rights --- and willfully participate in the above kinds of attempts to be in control of human communications: 1. In private personal relationships. 2. In family personal relationships. 3. In extended family personal relationships. 4. Within educational settings in secular and religious schools. 5. Within religious settings involving worship, discussion, education and fellowship. 6. Within religious governing bodies at the administrative, committee, judicial and large assembly levels. Preoccupations with issues of control are alienative preoccupations --- whether they occur within secular or religious settings. Alienative preoccupations engender evil behaviors in reaction to them. The evil behaviors cannot be honestly blamed primarily and/or exclusively upon the people who react to the attempts to be in control; for those who are preoccupied with issues of control are equally guilty of engendering evil behaviors through their own alienative behaviors. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in Download it! (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================