In this time where wars of the world seem so prevalent is it true that the majority of the world wants war?
The basis of every religion, simply put is this: Treat Others The Way You Want to be Treated or “Do unto to Others as you Would have Them do unto You.”
Love One Another
Treating people the way we want to be treated starts with love, respect and understanding.
Loving each other and honour differences considering what a big world we come from, is a tall order or is it?
We should be in awe of the differences that are apparent in our cultures, eagerly learning what we have to offer one another in terms of knowledge, languages, methodologies in problem solving, community life, family life and survival in different landscapes; but we’re not.
As a human race, if we all treated each other with this philosophy there would be no war, no violence, no starvation, no thirst, no homeless and no one would be unloved: it’s against this philosophy of mutual kindness and respect that at one point in most of our lives all we have been taught or exposed to.
It is with sadness in my heart that I watch or don’t watch, as a small part of the the human race instead chooses to be violent, hateful, selfish, greedy and moves forward with revenge and jealousy in their hearts.
This part of the population that has controlled the violent, negative behaviours found within our society has been taught another set of principles: they come first: the individual is more important and significant than the sum of the whole world population.
This population that controls our world, with or without the support of the majority of world populations, are the leaders of the world .
Today’s world leaders are so focused on maintaining and gaining control of the natural resources from around the world, that they are the ones who have forgotten this life lesson taught to them in their youth.
Source: eye say