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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.} ========================================================== %DETERMINATIVE REALITIES CONTROL OUTCOME CAUSE SIN+020624 %BELIEF CONVICTION SELF OTHER RELATIONSHIP GOD LAW+020624 %FIRST CAUSE EFFECT MOMENT BIG BANK CREATION DEVIL+020624 %FIRST MIND WILL WORD SCRIPTURE APPROACH ASSUMPTION+020624 %DOMINATION SYSTEM FALLEN POWERS THAT BE REDEMPTION+020624 %FEW EXCLUSIVE IDEALS VALUES PEOPLE CAUSES EFFECTS 020624 Which realities are DETERMINATIVE; i.e., control outcomes entirely, without regard for other realities: 1. What we believe about ourselves? 2. What others believe about us. 3. What we believe about others? 3. What we believe about our relationships? 4. What others believe about our relationships. 5. What we believe about other's relationships? 6. What God was like at the first moment? 7. What physics laws were like at the first moment? 8. What the first people believed in the beginning? 9. What happened first? 10. What mistake happened first? 11. What was the first wonderful thing to happen? 12. How inclusive God was at first? 13. How exclusive God was at first? 14. How God changes Her mind? 15. Who gets God to change His mind? 16. What God's will is moment to moment? 17. How we approach each other within relationships? 18. How we judge each other within relationships? 19. Who is in control of our relationships? 20. How we control our relationships? 21. How we are preoccupied with issues of control? 22. How we transcend our issues over controls? 23. Who has dominating power to control others? 24. Who has dominating power to control us? 25. Who is most righteous; most dammed? 26. Who controls personal/communal integrities? 27. Who judges personal/communal integrities? 28. Who demonstrates personal/communal integrities? 29. Who cares about/for us? 30. Who cares about/for others? 32. Who formulates/controls our questions for us? 33. Who answers our questions for us? 34. How we formulate/answer our own questions? 35. How arrogant/self-righteous we are with others? 36. How well we blame, shame, punish others? 37. How well be blame, shame, punish ourselves? 38. How well we transcend our own limitations? 39. What we believe is impossible, possible? 40. What really is impossible, possible? (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================