Universal Humanity and the Universality of Values

Values are universal. habitat for humanity veterans home repair are knowledge and ideas, and thus, universally comprehensible for humans. It does not matter what language is used to express the same value. The ethnic identity of him or her who performs value-relative actions does not matter, when it is the same act of the same value, but in another value system that is performed. When I for example studied the values in the scriptures of the major religions, I did not identify only few values that were shared by them, but hundreds. It was one of the most fascinating finding during my entire career. Even though the history of humanity has created different religions in different regions, the historic religions were still composed of similar composition of ethical values and principles.

Universal humanity identifies all the values that have existed and will exist to be universal values of humanity. Cultures and religions in particular, diminish the universal frame of values into a combination of values. They then name that these and these values are a part of this and this value system or religion, and yet, they are universal for all humans. Just because they have outlined a specific combination of values to be a part of them, does not create a monopoly over the values that are a part of it. If we express the same idea, such as a car, in the English language, does the idea therefore belong to English language? Must you be a physicist to know that inertia exists? If you forgive something to someone, does it make you a Christian, a Buddhist, a Confucian, a Taoist, a Muslim, a Hindu or are you just human to do so?

Universal humanity is vaster than the categorized and selected combinations of values. It does not diminish the potentials in how knowledge fashions the post-innate nature of the individual. On the contrary, universal humanity has all the values that have existed, exist and will exist as a part of that where the individual can draw his or her own belief system from. The universal humanity has the rightful human right for own beliefs at its core. Universal humanity acknowledges the individualization of values and beliefs because of the existence of parallel perceptions, asymmetric senses of reality and awareness that cannot contain all the values that can exist. It recognizes the individualization caused by different backgrounds, growing beyond one's old beliefs and the timely differences between generations. It is a source for infinite variation, instead of diminished variation into a static form and combination. The free will dwells in the universal humanity.