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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.} ========================================================== %UNCONDITIONAL CONCENTRATION POWER DANGEROUS CHAOS 030705 %CHECKS BALANCES DEFENSES INVULNERABILITY RISKS 030705 %CONDITIONAL REWARDS PUNISHMENTS PRISON LIBERATION 030705 %OPEN HONEST AUTHENTIC DIALOGUE REJECTION ACCEPTED 030705 %INCLUDE REJECT INCLUSIVE EXCLUSIVE WEALTH RICH SIN 030705 %LETTING GO RELAX SHALOM REVERENT CIVIL HEALTHY GOD 030705 Unconditionally concentrated power is dangerous to different people in different ways --- depending upon the kind of power which is concentrated and honored; as DESCRIBED below: Kind of Power Concentrated and Honored Who is Threatened ====================================== ================= To conditionally love honest dialogue True lovers To conditionally hate honest dialogue True lovers To conditionally reject honest dialogue True lovers To conditionally accept you into dialogue True lovers To conditionally exclude you from dialogue True lovers To unconditionally include you in dialogue Dominators To unconditionally reject you from dialogue True lovers To unconditionally love you in true dialogue Dominators To unconditionally hate you in any dialogue True lovers In his sermon entitled "Accept Acceptance" in his collection of sermons "The Shaking of the Foundations" Paul Tillich points to ways in which acceptance into unconditional dialogue is important, demonstrated by true lovers, points to the ultimate power in the cosmos, and threatens evil relationships with healing. Why do we so often reject such acceptance, and how do we reject such acceptance? We need to accept acceptance and relax. Only then can we: Enjoy shalom. Be thankful and reverent. Be hospitable and civil. Be cooperative and healthy. Recognize gracious contexts where there is no need to be defensive. Be willing to let go of all defenses in Love. Be generous with neighbors in Love. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================