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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.} ========================================================== %FAITHFUL FUNDAMENTALS EXTREMIST DEDICATION LOYALTY+000226 %BLIND DEAF INSENSITIVE ALIENATED EXCOMMUNICATED+000226 %LOVERS PEACEMAKERS CONFLICT RESOLUTION DOMINATION+000226 %SYSTEMATIC TECHNOCRATIC PREOCCUPATIONS PRIORITIES 000226 Extremists do not perceive themselves as extremists, because they see themselves as being extremely faithful to their fundamental beliefs --- which do NOT include clearly articulated public commitments to: 1. Promote and facilitate both personal and communal integrity for all peoples and their communities. 2. Facilitate the exchange of free gifts of the freedom to be safely vulnerable in intimate relationships which are open, honest, balanced and mutually respectful. 3. Overcome their own prejudices through open and honest dialogue with creative people who are different, unfamiliar, and "strange". 4. Be balanced and cooperative in their efforts to make others aware of and respect those ideals, values and principles which seem most important. 5. Focus upon the integrity of their human RELATIONSHIPS, rather than upon how good or evil some individual human people seem to be. 6. Lifelong healthy growth, education and learning, rather than upon perfection, conformity, and superiority. 7. The distribution and sharing of power in democratic ways. 8. Good nurture, health care and education being made available for all members of their communities. 9. The transcendence of: ignorance, prejudices, confusion, collusions, addictions and codependent support of addictive relationships. 10. The transcendence of "The Domination System". People who are publicly committed to the above ten ideals and values can see why extremists are threats to both personal and communal integrity --- and see why they should be aware-of and beware-of such blind people. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================