|[GMW #4075] Denouncing
Injustices That Prevail In The World
Monday 30 Jul, 2018, Editor: EasyIdea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 4000
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~ Idea 4468 ~
The Spanish writer Garcia Lorca wrote, "Why should we work at all, why should we write at all in a world where one wants to shout all the time, 'I protest, I protest, I protest.' Someone told me that I and Garcia Lorca are the two authors who are closest to each other for denouncing the injustices which prevail in the world.
Well, why not create a World Association of Protesting Authors?
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume I - The Great Scene of Creation
Chapter 1 Our Place in the Universe
Chapter 2 - Our Miraculous Planetary Home
Human life is truly an astonishing mystery.*
So much is involved in the constitution and functioning of a single human being: trillions of cells, each a prodigious little factory, thousands of miles of vessels, hundreds of automated clocks, an amazing brain with 100 billion neurons whose mechanical reproduction would require the volume of a cathedral, senses, a mind, a heart and a soul capable of embracing the entire planet and universe.
So much is involved in the education of a human: years of learning in the family, in school, in university and the never ending experience of life. So much is involved in their participation in life: the wish to be of use, to create, to be recognized, to be remembered, to leave something behind. And then, when the peak of experience and wisdom is reached, that immense cosmos begins to wobble and to weaken until it returns to Mother Earth.
What was the purpose of it all? What kept such an incredible cosmos together? The inborn will for life? Yes. But why? It all makes sense only if we suppose that we are part of an incomprehensible but grandiose design in the universe and in time. The discovery of the reason and ultimate objective of that design remains the fundamental prerequisite of proper human government. This is one of our most exciting tasks. We are still at the surface of things.
We still need further Copernican revolutions.
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
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that the intellect has struggled with in vain.
~ Carl Jung
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