Universal Human Values
A sustainable future requires universal Peace.
Peace defined as the respect for universal human values shared and applied across all borders and walls now standing in the way of Peace. Borders, walls and other divisions set up to separate people and to give some more rights than others. Divisions leading to abuse of people and abuse of Nature. Divisions leading to conflict and wars.
Peace is universal and so considers all people as being equal and as being part of one Humanity and one Nature living on one and the same planet Earth.
Peace requires countries, nations, races, political parties, businesses, religions, people of any gender… to work together and iron out differences that stand in the way of Peace.
The age-old principle of “Divide and rule”, which has caused tremendous damage to people and to Nature is replaced by “We all win, when nobody loses”.
Common universal human values will be the guideline to make sure everybody wins and nobody nor Nature loses.
Common goals with a high human value equivalent (HVE) will make this world safer and lead the world to a sustainable future for all people: green, healthy and fair.
Respect starts with respecting yourself. Respect for other people means respecting and accepting their differences. Respect is recognizing the uniqueness of every human being. We would not like everyone to be the same. Respect is not invading other people’s privacy.
Living your own individuality while respecting other human beings and Nature. Without respect there would not be freedom as others would invade yours. Basic rules are needed like human values. As your anchor or as a beacon of society.
A family respecting human values is the best building block for a strong and caring society.
Do not do unto others what you would not like them to do unto you.
Doing well to people and not sacrificing them or their well-being for the sake of money.
Not keeping everything to oneself and enjoying making other people happy.
To stimulate conflicting parties to use all forms of dialogue and not to use force or violence.
Violence leads to violence. Peace is the only way to cure it.
Peace with oneself, with other human beings and with Nature. It is needed to develop yourself in a healthy way, both physically and mentally.
Friends are valuable people you can count on or share happiness with or who can comfort you in difficult moments. Or help you build a better future with. A future of Peace.
We are not perfect. We do make mistakes. Sometimes without knowing it. If you do, try to repair them. Asking for pardon is nothing to be ashamed of.
People do make mistakes. If someone asks you honestly to be pardoned, be prepared to do so.
Being true to one’s innate goodness. Honesty goes a long way. It is the only way.
Trying to find a just balance between the interests of the parties concerned.
Nature is essential to all of us. Nature is fed up with the pollution caused unnecessarily and out of greed. Making Nature healthier will make us healthier too.
Putting people first and not putting money first. Respecting human values in any case.
All human beings are equal regardless of their gender, race, age, religion, riches, social status or handicap.
Accepting that there are different races, cultures, religions… but that we should all be humans respecting Peace.
Respecting the truth is an essential ingredient of any healthy human being. Lies are hard to live by for long.
People respecting human values can be trusted. A world without trust is a very sad world indeed.
Being open to different ideas and opinions. Accepting that you do not always have the best. Being open to dialogue.
The willingness to accept differences and to admit that not everything can be as you want.
We are too little to understand everything. Science can go a long way but there are limits. Programming humans with chips to make them into perfect soldiers is beyond the limit.
Respecting another man’s personality and living environment as you would like yours to be respected. And not taking suppositions as the truth.
Think about what it means to you. Our definition will be revealed later in a paternal message of Life.
Danellandia was created on 28 March, 2004. It is based on discussions about this world and its many problems with people from different backgrounds, countries, religions and age.
Danellandia defined 25 human values as the basis for its campaign to make this world a better and more just place in many fields of human activities: politics, economics, the media, personal relationships, education, Nature care…
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This world needs people and leaders who put humanity first and not money or power. People and leaders who unite others rather than create tension, division and conflict.
Strong human values are a passport to a sustainable future.
The world of Peace can become a reality!