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%INDEPENDENT ASPECTS MUTLI-DIMENSIONAL RELATIONSHIP 040404 %LINEAR VECTORS SPACES BASES RATIONAL AFFECTIVE SIN 040404 %EMOTIONAL OBJECTIVE REFLEXIVE SUBJECTIVE OPEN EVIL 040404 %HONEST AUTHENTIC RESPONSIVE NUMBER PARTICIPATE GOD 040404 %FAMILY COMMUNITY FRIENDS INTIMATE SEXUALITY LEVELS 040404 %PRIVACY PUBLICITY MUTUALITY RECIPROCITY RECONCILED 040404 The following can be independent/separate aspects of relationships: 1. Cognitive, rational, provable, etc. 2. Affective, emotional, etc. 3. Objective, reflexive, subjective, etc. 4. Open, honest, authentic, responsive, etc. 5. Number of participants: one, two, three, etc. 6. Level of reflexive iteration. 7. Level of privacy/publicity. 8. Level of mutuality-reciprocity. 9. Desires, needs, wants, hopes, aspirations, etc. 10. Level of formality/spontaneity. 11. Level of authority/rebellion. 12. Level of balance/integrity/integration. The above have been referred to as "independent" aspects of relationships because any different relationship may be different as regards an aspect --- apart from how the relationship is different from other relationships as regards all of the other aspects. When there are many independent aspects of relationships (as well as independent aspects of the persons participating in relationships) it is possible for there to be countless different kinds of personal and communal integrities which are not being controlled by any one central person/authority. When one central person or authority is in control --- corruption is bound to be present because of such a concentration of power and authority. Be-aware and beware in the presence of such a concentration of power! Under the conditions just suggested above --- participants in relationships characterized by many different aspects and many different participants --- are not likely to have enough time to be faithful participants within their relationships --- and also have enough time to describe to non- participants more than a small fraction of "what" has been involved in their primary integrative/healthy relationships and how they have been involved within their primary relationships --- and non-participants are not likely to have enough time and/or discernment to comprehend much of what might be described to them --- even if they did want to try to comprehend much of what is described to them. Non-participants will not be in a good position to make good judgments about the relationships wherein they are not participants; and need to be cautious in trying to make any judgments about other people's relationships under those conditions. The consequences are usually tragic when non-participants make judgments about relationships about which they know little --- and base their judgments upon: rumor, gossip, prejudice, assumptions, pretentiousness, fears, imaginations, etc. Shalom. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================