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Monday, July 31, 2017

You In Humanity

You In Humanity

By Manuel Garcia Jr.
Dissident Voice
July 31, 2017

The fundamental flaw in human society is a lack of moral character.

While certainly there are many people who have good moral
character, they are too few to dominate the aggregate behavior
of homo sapiens.

Selfishness dominates.

It issues many lies to distract and manipulate human consciousness
to its advantage.

Lies are the sound and literature of theft from the public good.

Selfishness justifies itself with the excuses of “belief” and “moral
principles,” which are attempted disguises for its denial of truth.

People believe what they want to believe; facts don’t matter.

Religions in particular, and often government systems, are used
as excuses – whether labeled as “salvation” and “righteousness”
or “law” and “order” – to exclude, and to inflict cruelty on the

How are we to eliminate this flaw in human society?

Good character is not something that can be compelled.

The only way to improve aggregate human character is for the
individual to commit to maintaining and improving his and her

Beyond the personal benefit of gaining a justifiable self-regard,
the good of such a personal commitment can diffuse into society
by the effect of the individual’s example on the people he and she
interacts with, and perhaps on some of the more distant observers.

Compulsion is the obsession of bigots who gain political power
and seek to use government as a tool to force others to fit into
the framework of their bigotry.

The commitment to base conscious action on good character,
regardless of the corrupting pressures from society, must be a
free choice, a declaration of independence, if it is to have any
reality at all.

You, the individual, have to keep a balance between judgment
and forgiveness of yourself so your mistakes and lapses can be
recovered as lessons and improvements, and so you can maintain
the psychological health needed to conduct a happy and fulfilling

The specifics of what you do are always influenced and constrained
by the environments and conditions you find yourself in, and the
events you have to live through, but the manner in which you
address the challenges of living comes exclusively from your moral
character; and that is what you have control over in this world.

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