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Top 10 Changes That Lead To Better Human Societies: Almost Awakened: 150

Hundreds of thousands of years, maybe millions, and this is the furthest we have come in creating a healthy world of Humans. War, genocide, starvation, homelessness, Poor or non-existent healthcare, abuse, & trauma. Today we lay out and discuss 10 Changes that would elevate our human race to a healthier state of peace, health, and inner wellbeing.

The New Ten Commandments –

  1. Respect the dignity and worth of every human being.
  2. Practice empathy and compassion towards others.
  3. Treat others as you would like to be treated.
  4. Foster a sense of community and promote social responsibility.
  5. Promote equality and fairness for all individuals.
  6. Encourage honesty, integrity, and transparency in all dealings.
  7. Promote peaceful conflict resolution and nonviolence.
  8. Respect the environment and preserve natural resources for future generations.
  9. Encourage lifelong learning and personal growth.
  10. Promote the common good and work towards the betterment of society as a whole.

These principles are not exhaustive, but they could form a foundation for a set of commandments that could guide individuals towards creating a better, kinder world. Ultimately, it is up to society as a whole to determine what values and principles are most important and how best to promote them.


1 thought on “Top 10 Changes That Lead To Better Human Societies: Almost Awakened: 150”

  1. This episode is great! My brain has been entertaining my own list of immediate improvements. My list is almost a duplicate of your own with the exception of my getting money out of politics including campaign finance reform and anti-lobbying measures.

    I’m taking a break from social media but often write letters to the editor of my local newspaper. It’s not always easy to make a complaint or logical argument AND offer a solution in 250 words or less. Many social media posters and letter to the editor writers never get to offering a solution and then I start to think I’m living among a population of what I call C.A.V.E. people (Citizens Against Virtually Everything).

    Can’t wait to see the comments and ideas others post.

    With Gratitude,
    Janet Marugg
    Clarkston, WA

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