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A Global Ethos with a Human Outlook

 A Global Ethos with a Human Outlook

by Ryan Ventriloquist

A Way to Understand

All people love the world. When one inquires into the deepest desires of the heart, she finds that universal solidarity, world peace, and unrestrained compassion is in the root of all people's conception of the good. The concept of a global federation of states has been prevalent in academic thought since the time of antiquity, but with the ushering in of a truly globalized era, a global ethos rooted in brotherly and sisterly global citizenship has become more prevalent and commonplace.

            All people love people. Indeed, the heart is a blessing that fills all individuals up with love and the will to act according to good deeds. When you take into account the heart of man, it is apparent that his heart is overflowing with brotherly and sisterly love for his neighbors, friends, and family. He does not cherish what he cannot have when he is in peaceful rest. He does not dwell on possibilities that are outside of his control when he takes in the Heart of Love. In the twenty-first century and the twentieth century, there is a new epoch of human right oversight and scrutiny and accountability that is above and beyond the preceding eras and good for the common good. It is without question that overturning Jim Crow laws in the south of the U.S., giving black people and women the right to vote was uplifting for the U.S. democracy and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948 served to ameliorate the wantonness of human rights violations and injustices. It is good for every law-abiding citizen to respect and uphold natural law as leading principle that enables authority to uphold all people's dignity, integrity, freedom, agency, well-being. The people of the global community have grown to be more insistent that natural  rights are protected and preserved.

            Looking deep into the person, or widely throughout the world, enables one to see both more clearly. The mind is a semi-permeable, thermodynamically-open, organizationally-closed, nimbus plasmas kernel membrane, embedded in an external world in streaming conscience. The knowing-subject is fused and interwoven with the world, surrounded by the world, and acts in direct connection with the world, so much that experience and the external world are bound up in one another. Accordingly, if one does something to harm the world, all the world is affected. And if all the world is affected, he is affected. And if someone does something to help the world, all the world is benefited. And he is affected. This is also demonstrated in the phenomena of skandhas movement in terms of their love shifting from one environment to another. A person takes in love and gives off love, and each moment of their life accounts for another bit of love building up or receding in their spiritual framework. This is clear in that all moments are important and have to do with love in one way or another and a person is never impermeable to love's movement. Love moves throughout the environment, from environment to environment, and ultimately, all throughout the world. Each bit of love contributes to the overall health of love in the world. As a person is made up of love they are responsive to love at the core of their being. Love makes up the world. The world is love. God is love. Brahman is atman. Jesus Christ died to atone for the sins of the world thereby bringing all His people into freedom by their faith from sin. That is love. Jesus Christ is the heart of the world. Praise and worship is therefore due to the Almighty, Most High Jesus Christ, the Lord of Heaven, the Maker of Life.

Mullsay dialogue—

Thank you for reading what I have shared with you here in this publication. I am sincerely grateful for your engagement in this democratic exchange of which I am presiding over. I ask you to take some concerted time to mull over this piece of writing and then to say your thoughts by responding to the following prompts (hence, Mullsay the Zine). And with as much earnestness and yearning, I ask you to read through carefully and consider the thoughts, ideas, affect, desires, concerns, and considerations of the various people who also put forth comments. If you have input you wish to offer that is not related to what I guide you through in prompts, I invite you to share it in the comments section that is located below the prompts. Please keep in mind, in democratic dialogue, it is of essential importance to be respectful and kind, thoughtful and peace-oriented.

All actions of goodness radiate to all humankind. What are some actions of goodness one ought to take?

What are some ways of focusing on carrying out righteous deeds?

by Ryan Ventriloquist

And I invite you to mull over additional thoughts related to this essay and offer your input in the comments section below.

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