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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.} ========================================================== %ROOTS ENDURING CONFLICTS WARS HUMANE LEADERS LOVE+020413 %DIFFICULTY FACILITATING CONFLICT RESOLUTION DEVILS+020413 %RECOGNIZE ABSENT RETAIN DISCERN INTERNALIZE GODLY+020413 %NAMES FACES ROLES EVENTS PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS+020413 %PROCESS VISUAL IMAGES SETTINGS ACTIONS SOUNDS+020413 %CONVERSATION MUSIC TOUCH EMOTION SMELL TASTE SIN 020413 Human leaders differ with each other, and often have difficulties in facilitating conflict-resolution because of how they differ in recognizing and RETAINING reliable MEMORIES of: 1. Names/faces/roles and events. 2. Personal relationships and processes. 3. Visual images of people, settings and actions. 4. Sounds, conversations, music. 5. Touching events and emotional responses. 6. Patterns of fear, anger, anxiety, emotions. 7. Patterns of smell and tastes in contexts. 8. Relationships between ideals and behaviors. 9. Paradigms and conceptual patterns of thought. 10. Childhood experiences of fear/vulnerability. 11. Unquestioned "truths", "realities" & "views". That which is not clearly discerned, recognized, named, talked about, understood, etc. --- is not likely to be clearly REMEMBERED and is not likely to be available to help respond prudently to future crisis situations in wise ways. Differing people (as regards abilities and gifts) may be inherently able to INTERNALIZE & also REMEMBER only some of the many kinds of the above numbered "things"; but not others of the above "things". So they may be inherently unable to understand each other's different responses to situations, crises, opportunities, people and actions. Enduring conflicts, wars, and misunderstandings may be traced to situations within which the participants are victims of the above kinds of differences which are NOT RECOGNIZED by different people who are involved in them. Different people have various PERCEPTION FILTERS, and so also various FILTERS of MEMORIES. We cannot act on what we have forgotten selectively. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================