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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.} ========================================================== %PATTERNS TREATMENT NEGLECT IGNORED SIDELINED SIN 031017 %RIDICULE DENIGRATE ATTACK DESTROY POOR VULNERABLE 031017 %EMBARRASS TRUTHS ESSENTIAL FOUNDATIONS INTEGRITIES 031017 %JUSTICE HEALTH CATEGORIES LANGUAGE WORD CLEAR GOOD 031017 %DEVIL PEACEMAKER RECONCILER HEAL ALIENATION GREED 031017 %PERVERTED VIRTUES IDEALS VALUES PRINCIPLES JUSTICE 031017 Domineering people reveal their motivations, interests, desires, intentions, prejudices, fears, biases, etc. --- by how they: treat, neglect, ignore, sideline, ridicule, denigrate, attack, and/or destroy particular kinds of realities; e.g., 1. Poor people. 2. Vulnerable people. 3. Minority people. 4. Embarrassing truths. 5. Essential foundations for integrities. 6. Essential foundations for justice and health. 7. Essential categories/language for clear thinking. 8. True-lovers, diplomats and peacemakers. 9. Healers and reconcilers of human alienation. 10. Well integrated people and relationships. Domineering people's revelations pointed to above pertain to their efforts to be dominant and be "in- control" of what is happening around them in humane, reflexive, subjective and objective relationships. To understand their particular patterns of behaviors we need to work to discern how their patterns of behaviors "make sense" as due to "The Domination System" which motivates and guides their overall patterns of attitudes, feelings, prejudices, desires, intentions, motivations, thinking, decision-making and setting of priorities. Only when we can discern how their twisted ways make sense in their perverted realms of being --- can we understand how to relate to them in ways which may be helpful, healing, reconciling, and integrative. We cannot be helpful, healing, reconciling and integrative so long as we copy their particular patterns of behaviors which focus narrowly upon domination and issues of control. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================