Course Keys ****
How can we maintain a balance between diverse possible roles we may try to play in helping others
to Mitigate-Their-Own-Alienative-Conflicts?

 1. Learning to describe the Different-Perspectives of the Different-People participating-within
    and/or affected by an Alienative-Conflict --- with:
    a. Their basic humane-needs, lacks, desires and wants.
    b. Their different approaches to their own alienative-conflicts.
    c. Their opponents' basic humane-needs, lacks, desires and wants.
    d. Their opponents' different approaches to their own alienative-conflicts.
    e. How Bi-Polar and/or Multi-Polar their Own-Alienative-Conflicts are, perhaps overlapping. 
 2. Studying scholarly retrospective, theoretical, poetic, musical, and other reports of 
    relevant Alienative-Conflicts in:
    a. Professional-Papers in formal journal reports.
    b. Scientific-Research-Papers,
    c. Major books and encyclopedia,
    d. Popular magazines and articles,
    e. Volunteered web media and other communications.
 3. As an Observer/Activist/Leader in community initiatives.
 4. As a learning assistant to an Observer/Activist/Leader in community initiatives.
 5. Attempting to Control: Outcomes, Appearances, Decisions, Writings.
 6. As an exposer of: corruption, crimes, pretentions, domination, controllers, etc.
 7. As a reconciler of alienative peoples.
 8. As a formal mediator between conflicted peoples.
 9. As an intervener in violent conflicts.
10. In passing new legislation to control future Alieinative-Conflicts.

To be graciously helpful in helping others to Mitigate-their-Own-Alienative-Conflicts --- we need
to develop open and honest communal consensuses regarding Gracious-Standards for judging how
helpful diverse-people-have-been in their efforts to facilitate other-people's own efforts to
Mitigate-Their-Own-Alienative-Conflicts.  Those consensuses may include both informal and non-
formal consensuses --- each playing different roles after they have been formed and made known ---
so that diverse people can make informed judgments about how well our leaders have helped us to
fulfill our own: integrative-potentials in Mitigating-Our-Own-Alienative-Conflicts.

Beware of being preoccupied with our own: appearances, self-esteem, pride, guilt, shame, blame,
and other Ego-Centric-Perspectives of ourselves and each other!  Those are often not reliable 
guides for anybody to follow! Be-Aware and Beware!