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Overt

overt act:
1. an overt act is not just injuring someone or something; an overt act is an act of omission or
commission which does the least good for the least number of dynamics or the most harm to the
greatest number of dynamics.
2 . an intentionally committed harmful act committed in an effort to resolve a problem.
3. that thing which you do which you aren’t willing to have happen to you.

motivator:
1. an aggressive or destructive act received by the person or one of the dynamics. It is called a
motivator because it tends to prompt that one pays it back—it “motivates” a new overt.
2 . something which the person feels has been done to him, which he is not willing to have happen.
3 . an act received by the person or individual causing injury, reduction or degradation of his beingness, person, associations or dynamics. (HCOB 1 Nov 68 II) 4. an overt act against oneself by another. In other words, a motivator is a harmful action performed by somebody else against oneself.

overt-motivator sequence:
1. if a fellow does an overt, he will then believe he's got to have a motivator or that he has had a motivator.
2. the sequence wherein someone who has committed an overt has to claim the existence of motivators. The motivators are then likely to be used to justify committing further overt acts.