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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.} ========================================================== %SUCCESSFUL MODERATORS RECOGNIZED HOW WAYS WALK+020102 %MAINTAIN BALANCE BETWEEN TOGETHER MUTUAL GOODS+020102 %GODS SINS DEVILS ENEMIES IDEALS VALUES PRINCIPLES+020102 %IMPORTANT ESSENTIAL FOUNDATIONS PERSONAL UNIQUE+020102 %EXCLUSIVE INCLUSIVE NEIGHBORS SERVANTS SALVATION+020102 %EXTREMISTS TERRORISTS FUNDAMENTALISTS WAR ARMIES 020102 Successful true-moderators may be recognized by how they: 1. Successfully maintain balance between mutually important and truly complementary ideals/values --- even when most passionate about each person and/or ideal/value which they see as very important --- as essential foundations for both personal and communal integrity. 2. Are dedicated to moderating mutually exclusive- passions for complementary-ideals/values. 3. Are moderate in dealing with extremists --- who have not yet learned to recognize the best ways in which to affirm complementary-ideals and/or values --- which appear to be mutually exclusive; i.e., contradictory. 4. Are NOT caught up into contentious and/or violent conflicts between domineering people who seek to achieve security for themselves and/or their "friends" --- at the expense of more vulnerable people who are viewed as members of a dangerous enemy army. 5. Are secure in being unique as who they are; as individuals who are thoroughly integrated into their diverse communities which demonstrate integrity in diverse ways. 6. Work to create and maintain sanctuaries wherein diverse people demonstrate diverse forms of personal and communal integrities --- enjoying being together --- knowing true security as the freedom to be safely vulnerable in open and honest intimate relationships with Love. 7. Practice the Presence of God as Humble Servants of each other person whom they know as their neighbor who is: vulnerable, poor, thirsty, hungry, homeless, naked, weak, dis-eased, ill-at-ease, imprisoned, double-bound, and/or complementary to themself. Shalom (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================