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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.} ========================================================== %FALSE ALIENATIVE DUTIES GUILT SHAME FAILURE BLOCK 070912 %EXCESSIVE UNBALANCED AFFIRMATIONS NEGATION PROMISE 070912 %CONTROL OUTCOMES EFFORTS ACTIONS INTENTION BATTLES 070912 %DOMINEERING CONTROLS PRESCRIPTIONS PROSCRIPTIONS 070912 %THOU INTIMATE RISKY RELATIONSHIPS VULNERABILITIES 070912 %SEXUAL DESIRES CREATING SANCTUARIES FOR ALL POOR 070912 The following "duties" and Guilt/Shame-For-Not-Fulfilling the following "duties" are Disintegrative-Aspects of many human lives: 1. Promising to do more than is humanly possible to do. 2. When over-extended --- promising to do more. 3. Attempting to fulfill Excessive-Promises made. 4. Keeping papers about doing more than we can really do 5. Responding to Excessive-Calls-to-Action. 6. Accepting-Responsibility For-The-Outcomes of efforts. 7. Being-In-Control-of Outcomes of others' efforts. 8. Being-In-Control-of Evolving human relationships. 9. Being-In-Control-of People's desires/wants. 10. Being-In-Control-of People's thoughts/intentions. 11. Being-In-Control-of Outcomes of any group's efforts. 12. Being-Unconditional Loyal-Supporters of any person. 13. Being-Unconditional Loyal-Supporters of any group(s). 14. Clinging to Alienative-Technologies On-Command. 15. Clinging to Alienative-Beliefs On-Command. 16. Trusting Alienative-Leaders On-Command. 17. Conforming in Alienative-Ways On-Command. 18. Letting-Go of True-Virtues On-Command. 19. Clinging to alienative-vices On-Command. 20. Refusing-to-Acknowledge Mistakes-Made Due-To-Commands 21. Protecting Collusive Games of Mutual Self Deception. 22. Attempting-To-Do what is Absolutely-Impossible To-Do. 23. Believing what is Absolutely-Impossible Has-Been-Done 24. Reciting Affirmations that are False-and/or-Nonsense. Be-Together in the Many-Gracious ways of Shalom. (c) 2007 by Paul A. Smith in "Search for Honesty and Integrity" (On Being Yourself Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================