Course Keys **** It is instructive to study and think about the differences between how True-Lovers respond to vulnerable people - - - compared to how Domineering-Bullies and Mobbing-Mobsters respond to vulnerable people. We can learn much by observing and describing how different people respond to Vulnerable-People such as: 1. Un-Born-Babies, 2. New-Born-Babies, 3. Infant-Children, 4. Young-Children, 5. Adolescents, 6. Sick-People, 7. Mentally-Ill-People, 8. Poor-People, 9. Naivete-People, 10. Oppressed-Women, 11. Segregated-People, 12. Sexually-Abused-People of all ages, 13. Terrorized-People, 14. Victims of Domineering-Bullies, 15. Victims of Mobbing-Mobsters, 16. Victims-of-Wars of all kinds, 17. Victims-of-Genocides. It is not only the extreme cases of abuse that we need to think about. We need to attend to the vastly larger number of less extreme cases of abuse which have laid down all of the foundations for the most extreme cases - - - and for our failures to understand and respond in ways which truly-and-graciously Mitigate OUR OWN Alienative: Conflicts, Violence, Domination, Mobbing, arrogance, self-righteousness technologies, technocrats, experts, etc.