What tells us much about a person? Consider the following possibilities: Knowledge of and descriptions of the personal-relationships in which a person has participated - - - and how the person has contributed therein to: 1. Personal integration-processes and integrities, 2. Communal integration-processes and integrities, 3. The Mitigation of participants' own Alienative-Conflicts, 4. The Articulation of newly-discovered-truths about Reflexive-Relationships, 5. The Discovery of and Description of New-Objective-Relationships, 6. The Discovery of and Description of New-Patterns within Reflexive-Relationships, 7. The Creation of New Art-Forms and modes of gracious-communications, 8. The Creation of Gracious-New-Political-Processes for Setting-Communal-Priorities, 9. The Understanding of Healthy-Intimate-Personal-Relationships and Risk-Management 10. The Reconciliation of Tragically-Alienated Persons and/or Communities. The above can tell us more about a person than can be learned by the most complete objective description of observations of the physical-body of the person in interactions with other physical-bodies of all kinds. How can we hope to more thoroughly characterize the essence of any person, in ways which are Gracious and likely to facilitate and to encourage the Mitigation of Our-Own- Alienative-Conflicts throughout God's Astronomically-Tiny-Space-Ship-Earth? What Clusters of Mutually-Complementary Ideals, Values, Principles, Virtues, etc. - - - can lead us in the Gracious Ways of Shalom - - - to Mitigate our Own Alienative-Conflicts? Learning what are helpful responses to questions such as those above - - - is an evolving process within each community. We can all help to contribute to that overall process!