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By Icudoiwill2 [Ignore] at 13,Oct,17 22:20   Pageviews: 124

Nearly all civilisations modern laws emerged from the early rules and laws of some faith traditions. Nearly all of humanities moral codes derive from the mandates of religion.

Nearly every political movement and economic theory is based on ideas of justice, right and wrong and basic fairness first espoused by spiritual teachers.

Even those who don’t believe in god are impacted and guided by many of the fundamental principles placed into the cultural story by those who do.

And a striking number of personal decisions made by billions of individuals across the globe are made within the context of what they believe happens when this life is over.

Not one of the systems we have put into place to make life better on this planet is working.

Our political systems are actually increasing disagreement and disarray. Our economic systems are actually increasing poverty and the gulf between the rich and poor. Our ecological systems are actually increasing environmental degradation.

Our healthcare systems are actually increasing inequality of access to modern medicines and healthcare services. Our educational systems are actually increasing the knowledge gap. Our social systems are actually increasing disparity, disharmony, and injustice.

And perhaps saddest of all, our spiritual systems are actually increasing righteousness, intolerance, anger, hatred, ****, and war.

If the improvement of human life upon the earth were a laboratory experiment, it would have long ago been considered an abject failure.

Neail Donald Walsch (You’ve Got Me All Wrong)

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Not everyone agrees. There are those who believe that humanity is evolving to higher and higher levels of sophistication and achievements, producing a better and better quality of life for all the members of our species.

It is possible that they would not, however, be among the 842 million people (one in eight in the world) who do not have enough to eat. It is certain that they would not be the parents of the over 650 chil-dren who die of starvation every hour.
They would presumably not be among the 20.9 million women and chil-dren who are bought and sold into commercial sexual servitude every year.

They would also, one imagines, not be among the over three billion people who live on less than $2.50 a day, or the billons who have no access to health care. (Some 19,000 chil-dren die each day from preventable health issues, such as malaria, diarrhoea, and pneumonia.)

They would probably also not be among the 1.7 billon people who lack clean water, or the 2.6 billion without basic sanitation, or the 1.6 billion – a quarter of humanity- who live without electricity.
That’s right. In the first quarter of the twenty- first century, 2.6 billion people live without toilets, and 1.6 billion without electricity.

How is this possible?, you may ask. And this is a very good question.
It is an especially goog question given that humanity imagines itself to be a “civilised” species. To the people in the above categories, the “civilisation of Civilisation” has not even begun.

A planet were 5 percent of the population owns or controls 95 percent of the wealth and resources-and where most of that 5 percent think this is perfectly okay, even as unconscionable numbers languish in lack and suffering-would not seem to be a planet on which a great deal of humanitarian advancement has been achieved.

All of this is possible because of the collective values of those people who can do something about it. And where do those values come from? I suggest they derive in large part from the well-intentioned, but mistaken, beliefs about God held by many human beings-including those who do not believe in God at all.

Does anybody care that our species has been such a failure-or why?
Does anybody imagine it has not been?

By Neale Donald Walsch (You Got Me All Wrong)

Icudo- This can and will be changed, As long as some fucker doesn’t kill us all first.

What? You think I was going to give you the answer?

Read the book.

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By phart [Ignore] at 01,Nov,17 10:29
Well I can see logic in your post. I can agree there are problems. But, lets think for a minute.
Let us use simpler things for a moment to better understand.
We have a mountain. We have a valley. Someone decides it is not right for the mountain to be taller than the valley. We bring in bulldozers and we push the mountain into the valley.
The land now is level. Hum,all the land is equal.

Now put that principle into the human issue.
Those that worked their way to the top of the mountain have lost their gains.They see no need to do further research,to build a better future as the future for everyone is now the same.
.Those that could look up and wish they were there,can never get there because the mountain is gone.There is nothing to aspire for,there is nothing to work for,there is no reason to progress. Everyone is equal.

While there are some issues that inequality is not good,inequality in and of it's self has been the driving forc3 for the underprivileged to get off their ass's and make a effort,as in work, for a better life.

You have observed a issue,you have stated some interesting thoughts.
I have given you a different angle to observe the issue from.

By onthelose [Ignore] at 15,Oct,17 22:30
Perhaps from your perspective this is true. There are many who benefit by being glom and doomers. Fortunately we have progressed by leaps and bonds in some of or countries. Sadly some of the oldest cultures have not advanced, I think just because of religion! Because I am old I choose to see the advances just in my limited lifetime as tremendous. In communications alone we have made the world a smaller place. If there is one overriding problem in the world it is power and those who wield it without any thought to their fellow man. Veneswala comes to mind.

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