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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.} ========================================================== %DIFFERENCE MANAGE OBJECT REFLEXIVE RELATIONSHIP+980711 %ATTITUDE I-IT I-THOU DESIRE NEED FEAR OTHER SELF+980711 %HEALTH INTEGRITY COERCION CONFORM VIOLENCE EVILS+980711 %SINS BALANCE MUTUAL REFLEXIVE SUBJECT REPRESS GOD 980711 There are profound DIFFERENCES between the management of inanimate objects in the objective realm --- and the management of our own and each other's reflexive relationships. The DIFFERENCES pertain to: 1. Attitudes towards and perceptions of self and other in the realms of I-It and I-Thou RELATIONSHIPS. 2. The roles of the desires, needs, fears, etc. of "other" in I-It compared to I-Thou RELATIONSHIPS which are healthy and integrative --- in contrast to those RELATIONSHIPS which are un-healthy and disintegrative. 3. The extent to which coercion, conformity and violence can or do play integrative roles within the contrasting kinds of RELATIONSHIPS. 4. The extent to which there can be balance, mutuality and reflexivity within the contrasting kinds of RELATIONSHIPS --- and the extent to which the possibilities of mutual reflexive balance are fulfilled. 5. The extent to which the RELATIONSHIPS are open and honest --- free of the imprisoning constraints of collusive games of mutual self deception --- which inhibit the free flow of accurate information among all those who are affected by the development of the RELATIONSHIPS. 6. The extent to which management flows from within the RELATIONSHIPS in mutually satisfying ways; rather than from external sources of control which fail to consider/satisfy the needs and desires of the participants in the RELATIONSHIPS. Human RELATIONSHIPS cannot develop in healthy ways if they are regarded and treated in ways which obscure, confuse or try to control the appearances of the DIFFERENCES pointed to in the above observations. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================