Thursday, July 28, 2016

The application of the principles

We have talked about the Battles of Armageddon, and that during a Moment of Choice, one person stands on the principles and it triggers fears in another person for his or her security and support. A series of battles occurs until the ultimate conclusion, when they go different directions.

In the era of world peace, the first principle of the global renaissance is that everyone functions from his or her own capacity, and must not rely on another individual.

The next step is to understand the principles, and to differentiate between the principles and the power games.

One of the "mantras" for businesspeople is to "walk the talk."

Parents run into problems if they expect their children to do as they say, but are not good role models.

The application of the principles is what is important.

This month we are addressing the principles associated with the Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal. George W. Bush justified the preemptive strike on Iraq, believing he was standing on the principles, but the U.S. legal system is based on the premise that someone is presumed innocent until proven guilty. You cannot defend yourself from prejudice and ulterior motives, and while that foreign policy may have appeared to work to gain power and prestige and control of natural resources and strategic locations for the United States, the anger it generated from people around the world created a backlash. It went against the Universal Law of Cause of Effect.

The international court system will be based on Universal Law.