evil can be restrained, and a created.exist for only one purpose: so that
The issue of evil emerged unexpectedly when investigation of humanity's revealed Planes of Existence that we inhabit. These define our humanity in terms of ethical and creative powers, and interact via the good v evil duality.
Theare based on essences extracted from the , and they form a structure nested within the as shown below.
Each of the essential for the good of all—an essence that must not be ignored. These essences constitute the .contributes something that seems necessary for humanity. Even if some are definitely not for me or you, each has a timeless appeal. You might even wish you were on a other than your own. But the attractiveness of a is not the issue: each suggests an aspect of personal existence that seems
The simple essence induced from eachmust, however, be applicable to everyone and able to be used comfortably by them, regardless of their or their . feel utterly natural. After all, your is the « » for you. It gives meaning to your life and makes you happy. By contrast, although some may feel natural, some may not fully appeal to you in all circumstances, especially when they run counter to your interests. That is why, like it or not, there is the requirement on you (and everyone else) .
Respecting thecreates your « ».
Why obey? Psychologically, to apply to all and over-ride wishes and desires. Practically, to preserve humanity. Formally, because the were discovered nested within the .
Why Primal? This signifies their fundamental-existential nature.
Why Injunction? Terms like rule, obligation or commandment have too many religious, ethical and social associations. The present focus is existential.
Why only an essence? To release value from other than our own, we must push ourselves. If everyone is expected to obey, then the has to be specific, reasonable and appropriate for all.
As shown in the diagram, Root Tertiary Hierarchy nested within .
See Listing of Correspondences.
The goal for this section is to formulate the good and inhibiting evil.simply, and then understand their interactions with each other which in daily life. This will allow a focus (in the next section) on how our « » can and should contribute to a «better world». Needless to say, a «better world» would be one that enables each and all of us to flourish in accord with our own choosing—so long as this means sustaining
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Even more: Further frameworks to be derived from the clarify the and the dynamics of .
Or proceed systematically:
THEE Note: The section assumes you are curious about how, in your own way, you can reduce evil in your world (and mine). Note that the are not typical religious laws or synonymous with your conscience.