French Revolution - Human Progress - Liberty,
Equality, Fraternity, Human Rights, Land
Rights, Free Education, Religious Freedom
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~ Idea 4695 ~
In our historical past there were many revolutions. They occurred whenever an excessive unjust situation or government persisted unduly and without peaceful solution in sight.
Today revolutions are condemned, labeled terrorism and considered the supreme immorality. As a result profound injustices remain unresolved and are growing.
Someone should establish a list of human progresses achieved through revolutions. We were taught in French school that the French Revolution gave birth to liberty, equality, fraternity, human rights, land ownership registration, free education, free choice of religion and a host of other measures for greater justice and equality. What a good, useful revolution that was!
The contemporary, growing inequalities between the extremely rich and the poor of the world and inside countries are not being corrected despite all the years of United Nations speeches, preaching, recommendations, efforts and minimal resources.
We should therefore not be surprised if there will be revolutions on this planet.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II - The Art of Personal Happy Living
Chapter 5 - Of Love
We need more than a world vision (Weltanschaung).
We need a world love (Weltliebe).
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children,Women,IndigenousPeopl
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
Daily Ray of Hope
Photo by Sandy Harris | Red-winged blackbird among wildflowers in Nipomo, California
They dance not for me
Yet mine is their glee!
Thus pleasure is spread through the earth
In stray gifts to be claimed by whoever shall find;
Thus a rich-loving kindness, redundantly kind,
Moves all nature to gladness and mirth.
~ William Wordsworth
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