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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.} ========================================================== %PRESENT NOW CONFLICTS BETWEEN PEOPLE GROUPS SELF 040714 %NATIONS RELIGIONS ROOTED PAST EXPERIENCES LEADERS 040714 %THOUGHTLESSLY INTERNALIZE ELEMENTS LIVE INTEGRITY 040714 %IMPLICATIONS VIRTUES VICES SAYINGS TRUSTED PERSON 040714 %FEAR PAIN COMFORT DEMONSTRATED PREJUDICE TAUGHT 040714 %PARTIAL ABSOLUTE COMPLEMENTARY WHOLE TRUTH EVIL 040714 Present conflicts between people, groups, nations, religions, etc. may be rooted in the past experiences of leaders who thoughtlessly internalized elements-of-life without thoughtful or emotionally healthy integration of them and their implications. The elements-of-life may include: 1. Virtues regarded as vices in some confused ways. 2. Vices regarded as virtues in some confused ways. 3. Misleading sayings from powerful/trusted people. 4. True sayings from domineering/feared people. 5. Fear and pain associated with authentic people. 6. Comfort and security associated with addictions. 7. Comfort associated with excessive dependency. 8. Oversimplifications taught as absolute truths. 9. Prejudices taught as absolute truths. 10. Partial truths taught as absolute truths. 11. Physical impossibilities taught as God's Will. 12. Narcissism taught as worthy of respect & trust. 13. Domination, coercion & violence taught as good. 14. Vices & virtues taught as being indistinguishable. 15. The cosmos said to be beyond understanding. 16. Natural-laws and moral-laws taught as equivalent. 17. Teachings that resource-limitations are not real. 18. Teachings that tragedies can be prevented by-plan. 19. Teaching scriptures' meanings as context-free. 20. Teaching word's meanings as context-free. 21. Teaching that reflexive-realities do not change. 22. Teaching that human-experiences lack authority. 23. Teaching that human-experiences are unreliable. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================