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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.} ========================================================== %ENCOURAGE SUPPORT GROWTH DEVELOP SEXUAL MATURE+980930 %INTIMATE FRIENDSHIPS RELATIONSHIPS CRITICIZE SIN+980930 %EVILS FLESH BODY MIND SPIRIT SOUL FRAGMENTATION+980930 %DICHOTOMY CONFLICT DISINTEGRATION UNHEALTHY FEAR 980930 People who systematically fail to offer healthy encouragement and support to other people --- who are seeking to grow in maturity regarding intimate friendships and personal relationships --- are: 1. Unlikely to be qualified to offer unbiased criticism and judgments --- regarding people who fail to fulfill their potentialities for such intimate growth. 2. Likely to offer unsolicited criticisms and judgments --- regarding people who fail to fulfill their potentialities for such intimate growth. 3. Unlikely to be growing in maturity regarding their own friendships and personal relationships. 4. Likely to perceive the world through glasses which simplify complex situations --- so that the difference between "good" and "evil" people are defined in terms of individuals' behaviors --- rather than in terms relationships which are characterized by: estrangement, alienation, separation, fragmentation, and disintegration --- pertaining to both persons and their various communities. 5. Likely to perceive issues in terms of either/or forced choices; rather than in terms of spectrums of opportunities, challenges, and possibilities. 6. Likely to be preoccupied with fears, disciplines, commandments, prescriptions, proscriptions and issues of control. 7. Unlikely to behave responsibly in elected offices which entail great powers and responsibilities 8. Are unlikely to be responsive to people who point out occasions of insensitivity, blindness, deafness, arrogance, self-righteousness, judgementalism, coercion and violence on their part. We need to beware of such immature people. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================