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The concepts of ethics

Ethics are spiritual values ​​in which the essence of the relation of a person to other people is concluded. The rules by which each person is guided in relation to another. To achieve the highest power of the community of people and the maximum satisfaction of their own needs.

Sources of Ethics

- Congenital feelings. Sympathy.

- Transferring your emotions to another. Compassion. Sympathy.

- Awareness of the benefits or harm in choosing an action. Arguments of the mind.

- Education. The acceptance of morality created by others.

- Fear of punishment by human beings. Imposed by law.

- Fear of being punished by God. Inspired by the church.

- Spiritual path of self-knowledge.

- Recognition of others as equals. Respect.

- Awareness of other people, as parts of the "numerous self".

The basis of ethics

The soul of each person is an integral part of a single big "I".

"I" - lives in everyone. In all at the same time. As an individual "I".

"I", living in every person, are one and the same.

Purpose of Ethics

To realize your "I" as part of the large, large "I".

The other "I" is not to harm.

Another "I" is to help, survive and achieve perfection.

The rules of ethical behavior of each "I"

"I" do not want evil "to myself," therefore, should not harm another.

"I" want good to "myself," therefore, I must wish others well.

Awareness of the result of behavior

If I harm another, I harm myself, in another incarnation.

When I do good to another, I do good to myself, in another embodiment.

Degree of Spiritual Behavior

Spiritless . Parasitizing on others.

Selfishness . Selfish help to another.

Morality . The choice from all possible ways of satisfying one's needs is one that brings minimal harm to other lives.

Ethicality . Rejection of one's own need, if its satisfaction inflicts harm on others.

Altruism . Disinterested help to others.

Heroism . Self-sacrifice. Causing evil for yourself, for the sake of helping others.

Origin of Ethics

If a person does something, only because nature has invested in it the desire to want it. If desire promotes life, a person survives and is the bearer of this desire. If desire promotes death, a person will die and cease to be the bearer of desire.

No one owes nothing to nobody.

Parents are children. Children to parents. Wife to her husband. My husband's wife. Man to man.

Adjustment of the desire for reality occurs at the genetic level, by survival or death, of the individual and the people. Slow. For quick adjustment to reality, nature created the mind. He reasons. Selects behavior based on calculation, use. Avoids behavior based on anticipation of harm. The mind can make the soul go against the innate desires of the psyche to survive. And the soul must obey the mind, in the interests of life.

The concepts of ethics are the arguments of the mind. The goal of ethics is the survival of the species.

Avoiding evil, wishing good ...

"I" is not obliged to do good to another person, as a goal. Work instead of him. Everyone has his mission and is obliged to fulfill it himself. If "I" will do good to another person not for myself, but for the sake of "him," I will waste my power to fulfill another's mission. I will not have the power to fulfill my. This is bad. The same person, whose mission is not done by himself, will not do anything. His power will be barren. For humanity this is bad.

So, everyone does good to another person - indirectly. Chooses such ways of accomplishing his mission, which do not carry evil to other people. Achieves its own needs, satisfying the needs of other people. Wishing good to other people.

Following the rules of ethics, we all live as a single social organism.

Discrete organism

The entire humanity of the planet Earth is one single organism. Discrete. Separated into autonomous individuals created by one genome, one cliche. Each of the individuals is looking for a way to survive on their own. It is an independent and self-sufficient tool for the survival of the species. Each person is the carrier of genetic information about a discrete organism.

Due to discreteness, humanity is invulnerable. A natural cataclysm destroys those to whom "no luck". The rest were "lucky". They populate themselves with vacant areas, restore lost power.

Humanity becomes a single organism thanks to instincts blocking aggression towards each other: love, parental instinct, sympathy, communication need, need for intimacy, altruism.

Justice

The concept of justice makes sense when dividing the public welfare into everyone, according to the contribution of each to the common cause.

In the exchange of the product of labor, such an exchange is true, in which the equal consumer value or the equal expenditure of labor (physical and mental) changes.

Humanity

Merciful attitude towards man. Help a person to gain and preserve human dignity.

Equality

We all people. One kind. One genome. One civilization. One evolution.

The essence that lives through each person is one. The mission of "essence" in all containers is one. Each person has an equal right to realize his potential for accomplishing a mission. But in every receptacle the soul has different power. Each "I" does not have an equal opportunity, depending on innate abilities and personal efforts.

The inherent power of the Soul

Gifted - those "I", who were lucky.

Wretched ones are those "I" who have not been lucky.

The realized power of the Soul

Heroes are those "I" who have done good for others, to the detriment of themselves.

Criminals are those "I" who have done evil to others, for their own sake.

Spirituality

Spirituality is:

- ethics (understanding of truth),

- Morality (rules of behavior, moralizing),

- Religiousness (faith),

- Mentality (morality).

The source of spirituality is the culture of the people. Spirituality is the whole volume of moral values ​​accumulated during the existence of the people.

Means of culture: tradition (customs), rite, cult, etiquette.

Concepts of social culture: the motherland, the fatherland, the fatherland, the people, the nation, patriotism, heroism, sacrifice, altruism.

The mechanism of exposure of cultural products:

- encouraging : honor, conscience, loyalty, pride, fame, dignity, respect, authority, reputation, prestige, honors (applause, triumph, monument ...);

- condemning : shame, guilt, sin, betrayal, treason.

Under the control of spiritual values, one can live for the spiritual goal. Even sacrifice their pleasures, for the sake of achieving a spiritual goal.

Spiritual values ​​are the product of folk wisdom. The values ​​are taught to every born person.

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