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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.} ========================================================== %HELPFUL RECOGNITION PERCEPTION KINDS WRONG EVIL 981008 It is often helpful to recognize the kinds of "wrongs" which people engage in --- so as to be ready to recognize when people accuse each other wrongly of doing wrong. The following are possible wrongs: 1. Acts of physical, economic, sexual and psychological violence where there is demonstrated harm done to identified people. 2. Acts which are contrary to contracts and promises made in ways which can be confirmed publicly. 3. Acts which are contrary to formal legislation which has been both enacted by legitimately formed legislative bodies and properly made public. 4. Acts which violate citizens' constitutional rights. 5. Acts which violate the formal laws of an integrative religious organization. 6. Acts which integrative people regard as violating some scriptural injunctions. 7. Acts of private and/or public gossip which do violence to the public reputation of people who are the victims of the gossip. 8. Public accusations of wrongdoing which are not based upon principles of due process and upon concern for promoting both personal and communal integrity. 9. Acts of negligence on the part of people who were not engaged in balanced living which includes an appropriate amount of philanthropic work and giving. 10. Acts of extremism which do violence to principles of prudence in regards to balance, charitable living, mutual consideration, and care for personal and communal integrity. 11. Uncharitable acts committed against gentle and creative people whose only "crime" is to make some people uncomfortable through creative and honest expressions of their creativity imagination --- in ways which do not conform to what informal traditions "require". 12. Acts and expressions which expose the diverse disintegrative consequences of collusive games of mutual self deception. 13. Acts of arrogance and/or self-righteousness on the part of political, business, professional and/or religious leaders who have, presume to have, and/or aspire to have substantive power to influence and/or control people, relationships, decisions, and/or processes. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================