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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.} ========================================================== %DOMINATION WILLING SACRIFICE HONESTY HUMILITY LOVE+021211 %TECHNOCRATIC SYSTEM ENDS JUSTIFY MEANS JUSTICE SIN+021211 %IRON AGE WEAPONS BODIES HORSES CHARIOTS WIN WARS+021211 %HAUL FRUITS WAR CROSSES CRUCIFIXION INTIMIDATION+021211 %DOCTRINES RITUALS DEFINE LAWS REGULATION POWERS+021211 %SAFELY VULNERABLE SECURE NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE 021211 Domineering people who stand willing to sacrifice: honesty, humility, civility, tolerance, etc. --- have abused diverse technologies to dominate others. Among those abused diverse technologies are: iron weapons for violating people's bodies, horses & chariots for winning wars, horses & chariots to carry home fruits of war, crosses for crucifixions and intimidations, denigrations of "the-few" to divert attention, doctrines and rituals to define "the-few", laws and regulations to concentrate power, economic systems to reward "the-elite", sexual instincts & desires to tempt many, maternal instincts to enslave many, science and technology for better wars; the-tragic-list can go on-and-on as described in "Constantine's Sword" regarding Christians' and Jews' tragic pattern of relationships. The abuse of technology flows from unresolved fears, conflicts, and contests related to scarce resources; when insensitive people are willing to sacrifice: honesty, humility, civility, tolerance, etc. --- in egotistical, self-centered, narcissistic --- technocratic-rituals designed to appease the gods of fear, anxiety and insecurity. The more technocrats work together in concentrating technocratic powers --- the more sure they are of themselves and their technocratic powers to be successfully dominant over vulnerable people who are: thirsty, hungry, homeless, sick, ill-at-ease, diseased, and marginalized near the boundaries which are drawn by people who have concentrated power, wealth, possessions, status, etc. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================