"PEACE FOR ALL" MANIFESTO
With the support of Rosita Bhagwandin I thought about the opportunty to write a Manifesto with Paradise360 Values in order to be clear and open to all in what we believe and why we are doing this big project.
Here our Manifesto.
We all, Believers, Agnostics, and Nonbelievers, we believe that as Human Beings we have some essential Universal Human Values, which are always true and not modifiable by anything or anybody:
Peace is the first right and duty for anybody, People and Countries.
Everybody who works for something different from Peace should change his behaviour.
Charity attitude should drive everybody, People and Countries, so:
“My real happiness is other people’s happiness”.
“My real happiness is another country’s happiness”.
Everybody who works for something different from Charity should change his behaviour.
Sincerity, Loyalty and Transparency between all People and all Countries.
Saying the Truth is a Good Behaviour.
Lying is a Bad Behaviour.
Everybody who acts differently from Sincerity, Loyalty and Transparency should change his behaviour.
Love and Giving to others, primarily the poorest and most fragile people in the World, are Good Behaviour.
Everybody who acts differently, ex. Hate and Take for himself, should change his behaviour..
Starting from these basic values, we can find other Good Attitudes that Human History taught us, so these Values we believe in should lead our actions into the real world and into the relationships with other people.
The primary goal is work for the “Common Good” or an “Equal and Shared Wellbeing”.
So, for example:
If somebody in the world is suffering from famine, then all human beings have to take care of him before thinking about any other problem.
If somebody in the world is very fragile for any reason, then all human beings have to take care of him before thinking about any other problem.
It is a matter of priorities.
If priorities are well defined, everything will go ahead in a fair way.
Our thinking has to be perfectly followed by accordingly actions.
Money is valuable only for helping the poorest and most fragile people, or for Common Good.
Power is valuable only for helping the poorest and most fragile people, or for Common Good.
These are the best ways to use power and money.
Different ways are a waste of time and money.
Wealth is not bad in itself.
Wealth is a means not an end.
If a UHNWI is humble and generous, wealth can be good, the rich man manages “his private wealth” for the Common Goods.
If he manages his personal wealth mainly, or, worse, only, for himself, that is bad behaviour;
if he manages his personal wealth for others, for the Common Good, that is a positive behaviour.
Each of us, rich or poor, has to act in the same way.
Politicians have to be humble and to serve the poorest and most fragile people.
They manage public wealth for the Common Good.
The ultimate goal is to put, step by step, all the Wealth, in a completely free way for each of us, without any constriction, but as a free choice, in common, starting from poorest and most fragile people, for our “Common Good”.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that an UHNWI, or anybody else, has to become poor like a monk or a priest.
But he manages his personal wealth for the Common Good and for the happiness of others, starting from the poorest and most fragile people.
And when we talk about “others” we don’t mean only our family, but all people of the world, starting from the poorest and most fragile people.
If you want Paradise on Earth, you should share these values and act accordingly with those 24 a day, 7 a week.
For Believers, God exists and they completely agree with this Manifesto and these Values and they commit to act accordingly with it in my private and public life, at work and out of work, as a private person and into my public role whatever it is.
For Agnostics and Not Believers, they completely agree with this Manifesto and these Values and they commit to act accordingly with it, at work and out of work, as a private person and into my public role whatever it is.
Legnago, Verona, Italy, the 25th of June 2021
Stefano De Togni – Italy
Rosita Bhagwandin – The Netherland