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115. The 10 basic earthly human freedoms

THE 10 BASIC EARTHLY HUMAN FREEDOMS 1. FREEDOM FROM BEING IN ECONOMIC WANT. Every man has a right to be free from economic want of survival, from the birth until old age, regardless of working conditions. Every man is entitled equally to the cultural heritage of knowledge, of methods for health therapies, of goods services and technological achievements for survival (food, clothing, health care, education, house, transport, etc.). This of course means the basic survival allowance at all ages. No economic oligarchy or those that “have” have any right to manipulate the majority and tose that “do not have” through the need of survival. 2. FREEDOM FROM CRIMES WARS AND INJUSTICE. Not all people have good intentions for their fellowmen, and society, and thus there exist crime. Unfortunately economic inequalities create crimes. It must be tried through political and social institutions (taxes, benefits, etc.) not only reduced economic inequalities but create a system of e

114. Power exists so as to serve the (immortal) human soul and its evolution. Power is not a goal by itself.

SOCIAL POWER IS NOT A GOAL BY ITSELF. SOCIAL POWER EXISTS SO AS TO SERVE THE (IMMORTAL) HUMAN SOUL AND ITS EVOLUTION We may have to remind to  ourselves, in this economic crisis, the basic operating principles of the current societies. THE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF THE CURRENT  HUMAN SOCIETIES "The reality of the experience of life, is based on a system of spiritual and perhaps subconscious (implicit) or  explicit beliefs. Changing these beliefs will result in changing our reality and changing our fate. " 1) THE PRINCIPLE OF THE FREEDOMS OF THE INDIVIDUAL      This principle is crucial, as it determines that the society is to function without violating civil liberties. The seven basic personal freedoms are 1.1) The spiritual freedom (freedom of religion) 1.2) H freedom of political decision (Democracy, or rather direct-democracy) 1.3) The   freedom of he creative-expressions (freedom of speech) 1.4) The moral freedom (freedom from fear) 1.5) Economic fre