Often we may not agree with each other about the natures of our Alienative-Conflicts, and about how we might best cooperate to mitigate our Favorite-Alienative-Conflicts. To Mitigate-our-Own-Alieinative-Conflicts; we will probably need to develop some consensuses about: 1. The Natures of the Elements-Within-Our-Conflicts: a. Between/Among: People, Rights, Ideals, Values, Principles, Virtues, Ideas, Ideologies, Descriptions, Doctrines, Rituals, etc. b. Between/Among: Families, Tribes, Groups, Gangs, Organizations, Churches, Congregations, Corporations, Religions, Nations, etc. c. Regarding: Territories, Possessions, Friends, Partners, Employees, Relationships, Intimacies, Friendships, Candidates, Goods, Services, Controls, Domination, Dominance, Profits, Pollutants, Candidates, Influence, Officials, Jobs, Duties, Rights, Powers, Responsibilities, Authorities, Images, Texts, Scriptures, Music, Inventions, Things, Stuff, Objects, Patents, Business, Customers, Advertisements, etc. d. About the Signs of the Presence of: Conflicts, Absence-of-Conformity, Absence-of-Conflicts, Transcendence of Conflicts, Worship of Conflicts, Letting-Go-of-Conflicts, Profits from Conflicts, Military-Industrial-Congressional-Complexes, Colonialism, Segregation, Hierarchies, Ranks, Orders, etc. e. What can take the place of Focusing-upon-Conflicts - - - and thereby Mitigate Alienative-Conflicts. 2. The Essential-Natures of GOOD-and-EVIL - - - and about how the two words can be used helpfully in Mitigating-Our-Own-Alienative-Conflicts - - - e.g., in focusing upon where, when and in what GOOD-and-EVIL can helpfully said to be "present-in", "reside-in", "be-influential-in" our Conflicted-Personal-Relationships - - - and about what we can "do" about GOOD-and-EVIL - - - - and about what influences "GOOD-and-EVIL" can have upon us as persons, upon our relationships, possessions, communities and communal relationships. 3. The natures-of-people whom we can prudently-and-wisely: Trust, Honor, Admire, Imitate, Elect-to- Power, Be-intimate-with, Love, Honor, and Obey. 4. The nature of Honorable-and-Reliable: Truths, Ideals, Values, Principles, Virtues, Descriptions, visions, hopes, expectations, procedures, organizations, fellowships, controls, standards, and boundaries. 5. The Natures of Our: Addictions, Codependent-Supporters, Bullies, Mobbing-Mobsters, Collusive- Games-of-Mutual-Self-Deception, Domination, Alienation, Reconciliation, Healings, Health, Integrities, Integrative-Processes, etc. In Our-Own-Alienative-Conflicts there are people who Object-to Aspects-of-Each-Other's: Behaviors Thoughts Desires Intentions Relationships Intimacies Communities Affirmations Presences Tolerance Denigrations Negations Controls Dominance Ownership Beliefs Negligence Absence Perversions Creativity Explorations Non-Conformity Actions Associations Dress Songs Music Descriptions Such "Objections" are rarely "Objective" and are rarely "Graciously-Helpful" in Mitigating-Our-Own- Alienative-Conflicts. People may be involved within Alienative-Conflicts without there being any clear focus - - - other than that they traditionally do not trust each other - - - because of the stories which have been told about each other and about their ancestors! The pervasive telling of such stories Do-Create their own kinds of Alienative-Conflicts and Distrust - - - which endure so long as people do not intentionally cooperate in Mitigating-Their-Own-Alienative-Conflicts which are echoes of Ancient-Distrust that has yet to be Mitigated in any Intentionally-Gracious-Ways-of-Shalom. Beware of assuming that there is some objective reality - - - which is the focus of each conflict - - - over which people are fighting. Beware of assuming that in the absence of an objective-reality - - - there must be a reflexive-reality - - - which is more "real" than a tradition-of-distrust - - - and over which there is some contest, battle, fight, etc. Conflicts can be No-More-than-Traditions - - - that we need to Intentionally and Graciously Mitigate!