Philosophy

The  5 Levels of Morality:
  
  
1.   Love – Helping another person for the good, being just, or being honest when it is disadvantageous to oneself
to do so.

  2.   
Good – Helping another person for the good, being just, or being honest when there is little at risk.

  3.   
Normal – Looking out for one’s own best interests without intentionally harming other people, being unjust, or  
being dishonest

  4.   
Bad – Deliberately harming an innocent person, being unjust, or being dishonest to promote one's own interests

  5.  
 Evil – Deliberately harming an innocent person, being unjust, or being dishonest for pleasure.

Justice: No man has moral privilege. In other words, what is good for one is equally good for all and what is bad for
one is equally bad for all.

Freedom:  

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with
certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." - The Declaration of
Independence

Freedom exists independently.  Freedom is a not a right that is granted. Freedom is a property inherent to life. It is
not a function of government.

Two things restrict freedom. These are death and physical restraint. Otherwise, an individual is free to attempt to do
whatever they desire based on their individual weighing of the relevant risks and benefits.

Oppression does not limit freedom, but attempts to inhibit the exercise of freedom through the use of fear.


God: God is the integral of the consciences of mankind weighted according to their impact on a particular individual
at a particular moment

Government: We are governed by  the combination of fear, desire, and love. Political governments are only one
of the many things that individuals fear, desire, or love.

Hero: A person who has demonstrated exceptional love for humanity.
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