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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.} ========================================================== %UNDERMINE DESTROY SUBVERT OUR OTHERS SELF INTGRITY 031021 %PERSONAL COMMUNAL CIVILITY HOSPITALITY REVERENCE 031021 %APPEARANCE PRETENTIOUS MISLEADING DISHONESTY FALSE 031021 %TRUTH KNOWLEDGE GOOD EVIL INDIVIDUAL PEOPLE SINNER 031021 %RELATIONSHIP DIALOGUE LISTENING ALIENATION STRANGE 031021 %CREATIVE DIFFERENCE CONTENTIOUS DOMINATION CONTROL 031021 It is important to be aware of how and why honesty is central to maintaining our personal and communal integrities. In the absence of such awareness we are tempted/seduced and/or coerced into sacrificing our honesty/integrity in order to try to: 1. Please apparently powerful/domineering people. 2. Concentrate power to defeat domineering people. 3. Label and destroy apparently "evil" people. 4. Appear to be other than what we really are. 5. Pretend to be more self-confident than we are. 6. Please people whom we respect/admire and "want". 7. Control people's desires, thoughts and beliefs. 8. Appear to believe what others say they believe. 9. Appear NOT to believe what we do believe. 10. Appear NOT to fear what we most deeply fear. 11. Appear NOT to desire what we most desire. 12. Appear to desire what we do NOT desire. 13. Appear to care for people we want to abuse. 14. Appear to like people we do NOT like. 15. Appear to have emotions which we do NOT have. 16. Appear to understand, when we do NOT understand. 17. Appear NOT to be addicted to manipulative means. 18. Appear NOT to be trapped in our collusive games. 19. Appear NOT to have power, when we do have power. 20. Appear to know God's will, when we are ignorant. False appearances which mislead others thereby undermine and/or destroy our own and other integrities. Falsely trying to appear to be well integrated people who can be trusted and relied upon --- thereby undermines what little integrity amd honor we and others have. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================