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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.} ========================================================== %UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GROUNDS TYPICAL DICHOTOMOUS+030106 %ALL NOTE EITHER CERTAIN ABSOLUTE TRUTHS RIGHT GODS+030106 %GOOD EVIL FORCE COERCIVE VIOLENCE DESIRES OFFEND+030106 %AGAINST WILL DEFINED RIGHTS RESPECT REVERENCE SEX+030106 %ABUSE ARROGANCE SELF-RIGHTEOUSNESS INTEGRITIES SIN+030106 %SEDUCE PREVENT DENIGRATE DOMINATE CONTROL LORDS 030106 The fact that under some very unusual circumstances a case can be made for doing some of the following things --- is not grounds for doing any of the following things in rather USUAL/TYPICAL circumstances. It is not true that if it is right to do something in any one circumstance --- it is right to do it in all circumstances. Dichotomous thinking about it being right or wrong to do something --- is very dangerous thinking which is often supported by domineering people. Rightness and wrongness depends greatly upon particular circumstances in the following cases: 1. Forcing someone to do something against their will without having well defined rights to force them to do that thing. 2. Taking advantage of: a thirsty, hungry, poor, weak, sick, confused, ignorant, prejudiced or otherwise disadvantaged/vulnerable persons. 3. Misleading, deceiving or tricking a person into believing something --- which is not true. 4. Seducing/tricking someone into an imprudent intimate relationship --- which makes them more vulnerable to abuse than before. 5. Preventing someone from taking legitimate steps to meet their own legitimate personal needs --- without imposing upon other people's well defined rights. 6. Denigrating a person's reputation or honor without respect for the person's integrity or respect for what is true about the person, or respect for what is really true for the person. 7. Refusing to show any respect for a person as a child of God, a neighbor whom we are commanded to love and help fulfill their potential as a well integrated member of the community. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================