FIVE PRINCIPLES TO A BETTER LIFE:

No Prejudice, Discrimination, Enslavement, Torture And Slaughter against any/all being(s)

PREJUDICE:  

Dislike of an individual or group based on their characteristics or attributes.

DISCRIMINATION:  

Preferential treatment of an individual or group over the lack of equal treatment of an individual or group.

ENSLAVEMENT:  

Taking away the free-will of an individual or group.

TORTURE:  

Imposing physical, psychological, economic or spiritual discomfort and harm onto an individual or group.

SLAUGHTER:

The taking of life, of an individual or group through sinister, and/or self-serving, group-serving or nation–serving reasons.

If you can discover a more precise or meaningful definition of prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter, by all non-prejudicial means do so. This is all about the evolution of thoughts, actions, and yes, how we define those thoughts and actions.

Challenge prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter with truth, respect, action and persistence.

I don’t talk much about patience. Too often people equate patience with inactivity, which leads to a lack of will to change, hoping that things will simply work out on their own. In doing that, you unintentionally give away your power as an individual.

I don’t talk much about love either. Love is such a personal matter, that for me to impose my personal views on what love is or isn’t or should or shouldn’t be would be over-reaching on my part. Just as there’s a fine line between a flaw and a principle, there’s often a fine line between love and hate. Nobody has to love anybody, but if you say that you love someone as you send them to slaughter, I will on behalf of the one being slaughtered intervene with an opinion.

THE FIVE PRINCIPLES BECOME FIVE FLAWS

when we say YES to prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter.

Prejudice leads to discrimination, discrimination leads to enslavement, enslavement leads to torture, torture leads to slaughter if left unchecked.

Prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter are five flaws that promote destruction and dying, by blocking a being’s freedom to exist and thrive, thus creating a worse life.

No prejudice, discrimination, enslavement, torture and slaughter are five principles that promote building and living, by facilitating a being’s freedom to exist and thrive, thus creating a better life.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight






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