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The commas don't seem right to me. Shouldn't there be some semicolons in there?
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Now you've got semi-colons. You can separate the ideas with dashes:
With only commas:
Or even a list:
It depends on where these words appear and what kind of impression you want to make. Can you give us an idea of where and how the sentence is going to be used?
The awkwardness of the sentence stems from the three verbs – two of which use are, but the middle one doesn't.
Bill Franke gave some good suggestions, but I'd reword it along these lines: