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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.} ========================================================== %CONTROL DOMINATE EVIL INDIVIDUALS RELATIONSHIPS+020222 %INTRUDE PRIVACY RIGHTS INTIMACY HONEST SANCTUARY+020222 %PRIMARY REALITIES GOOD SELF RIGHTEOUSNESS ARROGANT+020222 %INTRUSION COERCION LAWS CONTROL COMMANDMENTS FALL+020222 %DIVERSE INTEGRITIES COHERENCE HEALTH DIALOGUE SIN 020222 Domineering people lead us into thinking that it is evil-individuals whom we must control --- under the leadership of domineering people who are in the service of "The Domination System". They treat individuals-as-primary, and teach us to regard good-relationships as only secondary to good individuals. They say that good individuals form good relationships; ignoring the role of good relationships in engendering people of diverse kinds of personal integrities which are the fruits of diverse kinds of integrative relations. If we must control evil-individuals, we must control the evil-relationships which engender the evil which is attributed to individuals who are labeled as being evil-individuals; without much attention to the evil-relationships within which the individuals are trapped as members of collusions, power-struggles, addictive/codependent relationships, arrogant leaders, etc. Our dilemma is that we cannot control relationships within which we are not participants. We cannot control evil-relationships except as participants within the evil-relationships. Outsiders have little influence on evil-relationships. So long as we pretend that we are outsiders to the evil-relationships which we presume to try to control --- we have no power to control what we call evil. We are prone to barge into many evil- relationships and try to become "good" participants who feel free-of-evil and qualified to fix evil-relationship. We thereby engender more evil-relations. It does not work! Let's be honest. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================