We need to undertake, in humbleness and with decisiveness, a resolute personal change covering a
range of particulars.
A non-violent revolution in behaviour born of a more profound consciousness animated by respect
for everyone and everything, rationally guided towards continuous perfection.
A slow but decisive revolution strictly informed by deep reflection and careful argument aimed at removing the majority of inequalities, the coarse weight of the powerful.
It is to initialise recognition of the rights of every individual and not disrupt dynamic environmental harmony.
A more complete vision of the concrete physicality of the planet is achieved by appropriating the scientific knowledge controlled and consolidated by wise researchers.
Our present knowledge of the cosmological scene disrupted previous beliefs and we know now that Earth is part of a Totality; an immense universe that goes far beyond the number of stars in the small firmament we consider the brilliant roof of our huge world.
We’re already a few centuries late, but we’re still in time to reconsider the cognition and behaviour that ruled when we were unaware of our precise position, elevated by pride and ignorance to a role that we couldn’t identify with.
A humanity that considers itself intelligent is forced to adapt to new evidence liberating itself from mistaken convictions.
Unfortunately the powerful don’t feel this obligation since things work fine for them as they are. They continue to disseminate the wrong things, things we’ve been carrying around for too long.
The aspiration to adapt the progress of knowledge must take place slowly and profoundly in minds, and in personal sensitivity.
It must involve the maximum number of people possible so they, humbled, become active guides in constructive dialogues with those who wish to converse and widen their knowledge and perception of reality.
Understanding that evil does not reside in natural adversities which are normal signs of the physical life
of the planet, at times disastrous.
The kind of evil caused by man is a collateral and perverse effect of freedom (!); only a human being has the choice of different options.
If the choice is for action that does not respect the needs of others and alters the necessary balance, serious distortions and inhumanities are generated; “freely” chosen evil is rife with monstrosities.
We know what rational behaviour is necessary to avoid perverting the nature of rational freedom.
We must reconsider and implant at a profound level the concrete, the mystical physicality of our world and
our part of the mystical reality of the universe.
A revolution that valorises the spirit, knowledge, and the spirit of knowledge.
We must review ideas and past ways of being when we had no notions of certain realities.
Until now adaptation has been insufficient or absent; without doubt it re-dimensions the role that humans have awarded themselves and this “degradation” is deeply felt by the worthy.
Even more grave is the perception of loss of power by those who are convinced that it is necessary to guide their amorphous subjects towards a marvellous winning line.
We must enhance both leaders’ and above all subjects’ perceptions that citizens, in complete dignity, are actors in civil society as was clearly stated in the XII° Principle of the “Charter for a non-violent world” created by Nobel Peace Prize winners on 20 th March 2009.
The principle proclaims that civil society in all its articulations, recognises as an essential fact that governments are at the SERVICE of citizens and NOT the other way round; it encourages active participation by citizens in all levels of political life, calming passions and specific interests through
It intends to increase dynamic dialogue, it is freely critical and enlivened by both pertinent questions and answers of equal worth made by attentive people who wish to comprehend. Both national and international groups are animated by the desire to make scientific progress their own; there is a slow and profound adhesion of personal sensitivity and rationality to guided concreteness.
The critical impact of our claims could bring about more adequate behaviour and improve total perception enabling us to live our lives in a dignified manner.
In order to reach a fuller consciousness of the composite grouping of knowledge (technologyscience and history- the humanities) it is important not to totally separate the two areas. A balance must be
kept: one eye is focussed on one’s own field while the other surveys the rest. Try to fully understand and don’t accept the easy, convenient solutions.
Understand that authentic values are not given without a price, to become part of one’s personal store they need to be nourished, they require openness and effort; it is difficult to conduct one’s daily
responsibilities without clouding over personal dignity.
Actions that forget about respect for our surroundings, these slothful omissions obscure the
situation but they cannot annul human dignity; even if we are inspired by highly ideal concepts, our actions
can degenerate into malevolent deviations and consequent activity will be mixed with actions in
contradiction to initial intentions.
Beware of confusing intentions and disruptive propositions.
Unfortunately every aspiration, every ideal, even the most insignificant, is confronted by a counter force, all the expressions of power that are put into operation to minimise and annul the “danger”.
The main problem is unresolved; the total and continuous absence of balance that enrichens diversity
and biodiversity in contrast to the partial vision of those considered enlightened , who continue to negate evident facts. Too many of those considered worthy have been, and continue to be, incapable through arrogance and insensitivity of reducing the continuous disasters, they have no sense of their innate
Those who hold positions of power are personally responsible for the non recognition of citizens’ rights to the basic necessities of life; the responsibilities of the rest of us are always present but follow behind the responsibility of the so-called authorities.
No single person can positively change things, but a united group of evil-doers are capable of
worsening it, particularly if they can direct “well”.
Problems that have been badly handled and never satisfactorily solved and numerous historical disasters
are the results of man’s absurd role and his senseless pride in having the highest intelligence and an ethical
dignity; he has used freedom, a characteristic of rationality, in an anomalous, and often ignominious
way. These are the simple (simplistic?) causes of most........