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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.} ========================================================== %IDENTIFY PUBLICIZE LOSERS MISTAKES FAILURE WINNERS+980801 %ENEMY TRAITOR DISLOYAL SCAPE GOAT DISGRACED TRIP+980801 %ACCUSED BANISHED SMEARED EXCLUDED EXCOMMUNICATED+980801 %PUNISHED EXPOSED EMBARRASSED RIGHTS SACRIFICE TAR+980801 %DICHOTOMOUS GOOD EVIL BOUNDARY ALIENATION STRANGE 980801 Dichotomous thinkers are often certain that for them to be winners --- others must be publicly recognized as complementary losers. Without losers there are no winners. Losers cannot be winners. Winners cannot be losers. Thus dichotomous thinkers are unwilling to talk about: 1. Soldiers on the winning side who are killed in the decisive battle --- or about their families or descendants. 2. Winners in battles over the carrying power of the land --- which land turns into a desert because they won. 3. People who win the right to build on flood plains, unstable mountain sides or upon lowlands next to the Pacific Ocean where 100 foot high ocean waves can devastate every thing in sight. 4. People who win the right to live in the shadow of an active volcano which they know will not devastate them. 5. People who win the right not to be immunized for contagious diseases --- a few year before a massive outbreak of the diseases wipes out their families and others with them. People are right or wrong, good or evil, winners or losers. It is not difficult to tell everybody which is which; and those who tell with the most confidence are winners --- those who are exposed and made scape-goats are losers. The losers are those people who are embarrassed, disgraced, guilted, shamed, rejected, despised of men, excluded, excommunicated, banished, punished, tarred, feathered, sacrificed --- for the good of the winners who cannot truly be winners in the absence of the losers whom they identify. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================