blog traffic analysis
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.} ========================================================== %BETTER SUPERIOR LEARN DIFFERENT TEACH RELATIONSHIP 030528 %CHARACTER TEMPERAMENT APPROACH BELIEF CONVICTION 030528 %FEARS TRAGIC COMBINATIONS LIMITED NARROW VISIONS 030528 %CONTENTIOUS VIOLENT COERCIVE ABSENCE TRUE LOVERS 030528 %THREAT CHALLENGE MERITS INTEGRITY SUBMIT CODEPEND 030528 %ANGER RESENTMENT SPITE REVENGE CONTROL EMOTION SIN 030528 So long as we keep believing that we are "better" than other people, so long we will be unable to learn from other people --- what they might otherwise be able to teach us. How particular people within groups interact/relate with each other --- depends much upon their individual: characteristics, temperaments, approaches, beliefs, convictions, fears, etc. Some combinations work well. Other combinations lead to tragedies due to limited narrow, and exclusive visions. Contexts are important. A few generalizations can point to probabilities and possibilities: 1. Contentious, violent, coercive and domineering people rarely work well with each other in the absence of true lovers and diplomats. 2. Contentious, violent, coercive and domineering people often feel threatened by true lovers and diplomats who naturally challenge the merits/integrity of contentiousness, violence, coercion and dominations. 3. Contentious, violent, coercive and domineering people often team up with submissive/codependent people --- in love/hate relationships which are perverse and unstable; likely to disintegrate in destructive ways. 4. Cooperative/gentle reconcilers/healers often work well with each other; and sometimes can work well with "different" people who are not like them. 5. Contentious, violent, coercive and domineering people often elicit responses from each other which are opposite to what they intended and expected; because they respond to each other's behaviors in ways which are dominated by anger, resentment, spite and revenge --- without much knowledge or sympathetic understanding of each other's perspectives and patterns of reasoning. They believe that they can control each other's responses --- and refuse to allow each other to control their own responses! 6. Contentious, violent, coercive and domineering people COOPERATE IN PERVERSE WAYS which undermine each other's intentions, plans and integrities --- to prove that others cannot control them. They blind each other and cannot see what they are doing to each other; and are doing to themselves collectively. They are just as determined to avoid being controlled by others --- as they are determined to be in-control-of-others. They end up augmenting each other's destructive inclinations and behaviors --- resulting in each other's disintegrations. IT IS A PERVERSE WAY OF COOPERATING! (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================