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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.} ========================================================== %COSTS DOMINATION SYSTEM DOMINEERING PEOPLE WAYS+000808 %AFFIRMATION IMPORTANT LAWS COMMAND PRESCRIPTION+000808 %PROSCRIPTION TABOO FORMALITY SCRIPTURES MORALITY 000808 Domineering people are rarely willing to be open and honest about the COSTS entailed in their WAYS of affirming the importance of the laws, commandments, prescriptions, proscriptions, taboos, formalities and scriptures --- which they focus much attention upon. They obscure the COSTS of: 1. Their ways of affirming such things/idols. 2. Their imbalanced and unqualified affirmations. 3. Their placing burdens on those least able. 4. Injustice, ignorance, confusion and coercion. 5. Coercive policing and invasions of privacy. 6. Victims' reactions to their punishments. 7. Excommunications, alienations, and estrangements. 8. Unjust distributions of the costs of coercions. 9. Collusive games of mutual self deception. 10. Promoting addictive solutions to problems. 11. Judgemental attitudes and self-righteousness. 12. Supporting "The Domination System". Domineering people seek to achieve dominance by how exclusive they are when they focus attention upon the laws, commandments, prescriptions, proscriptions, taboos, formalities and scriptures WHICH THEY FAVOR EXCLUSIVELY --- over other complementary ones. They refuse to allow other people to effectively focus attention upon: 1. Domineering peoples' efforts to be dominant. 2. The futility of exclusive ways of focusing. 3. The narrow/unbalanced ways of dominant people. 4. The injustice of their distributions of costs. 5. The futility of their trying to be invulnerable. 6. True security entailing being safely vulnerable. 7. Righteousness being in healthy relationships. 8. Evil/sin being in alienative relationships. 9. Salvation being in communal/personal integrity. 10. Righteousness which transcends conformity. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================