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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.} ========================================================== %GLOBAL DILEMMA GUIDE MANAGE CONTROL RELATIONSHIPS+020411 %KEY ROLES THINK TALK WORDS CONCEPTS ROLE MODELS+020411 %ATTITUDES ASSUMPTIONS QUESTIONS BELIEFS DOUBTS SIN+020411 %PARADIGM SYSTEMS ANALYSIS PREJUDICE PROFESSIONS+020411 %BEING CHARGE CONTROL COMMAND LOYALTY TRUE TRUST 020411 There is a global dilemma in regards to how to think and talk about such things as guiding, managing, and or controlling human relationships: Which of the three words "guiding", "managing" and/or "controlling" should play the key role in the thinking and/or talking? 1. Are the above three key words the only such words which should play key roles in thinking and talking? If the answer is "no"; then what other similar and/or related words/concepts would also play key roles? If "yes", why so? 2. What are the related attitudes, assumptions and/or beliefs which should play key roles in our thinking, talking and behaviors related to dealing with dysfunctional human relationships? 3. What are the inter-related professional paradigms which should play key roles in dealing with dysfunctional relationships: exact sciences, social sciences, humanities, the arts, literature, religion, politics, engineering, etc? 4. What various kinds of leaders should be relied upon to guide our efforts? What personality types and characters should be trusted more than others? What kinds should be regarded with careful suspicion? What kinds should be trusted enthusiastically and/or without concern? 5. What are the essential foundations for both personal and communal integrity for all kinds of people? Are there any essential foundations for both personal and communal integrity for ALL KINDS of people? How do we avoid making tragic false assumptions in how we formulate and frame the key questions in all of these regards? 6. Who should be "in charge" of making sure that people do not make mistakes? In punishing those people and leaders who do make major mistakes? Are these questions biased? (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================