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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.} ========================================================== %HEALTHY CEREMONIES PARTICIPANTS ACKNOWLEDGE ACCEPT+030306 %REVERENCE HONOR RESPECT SEEK DESIRE COOPERATION+030306 %WHOLE WHOLISTIC ENVIRONMENT COMMUNITY SANCTUARIES+030306 %RELATIONSHIPS INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS SELFRIGHTEOUS+030306 %WAR TERROR DOMINATION CONTROL CONSTRAIN CONTEND 030306 Our lives are filled with ceremonies which we fail to recognize as real ceremonies. Perhaps we think ceremonies are always "empty"; not really meaningful. We need to recognize many of our real and most meaningful/cooperative activities --- as our real ceremonies. Within healthy ceremonies the participants acknowledge and accept (with each other) what they: are, honor, respect, seek, desire, envision, hope-for; and what they can-be/do-with-integrity --- with each other. Ceremonies are sometimes healthy/integrative, and sometimes disintegrative/destructive; i.e., unhealthy. Realities which we cannot acknowledge (or fail to acknowledge) with integrity, with each other --- thereafter involve us in disintegrative: relationships- and-ceremonies. Realities which we can and do acknowledge with integrity with each other --- thereafter can become (and often do become) the sound basis for integrative (healthy) relationships --- which include ceremonies of cooperation and the constructive building up of: us, each other, and our relationships --- into more complete whole beings-with-each-other; together in wholistic ways. Realities which we cannot (and often do not) acknowledge with integrity --- with each other --- can become (and tragically often do become) the basis for ceremonies-of-war: in which we attack and destroy each other's limited/imperfect integrities --- which we cannot acknowledge (and/or fail/refuse to acknowledge) --- due to our debilitating-fears and persistent-anxieties --- regarding each other and our relationships of alienation within evil separations --- within the darkness of previous injuries, diseases, angers and resentments. Think! Love each other, lest you disintegrate! (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================