Re: The International Forum on Globalization - More suitablefor Halloween t...

Date: Thu Feb 08 2001 - 16:27:35 MST

In a message dated 2/8/01 2:25:36 PM Pacific Standard Time, writes:<< There can be no rational or scientific
approximation to the best form of social organization for the advancement of
human beings without studying the nature of the entities involved and
matching the organization to the requirements implied by that nature. Does
that clear it up?
 - samantha >>

    There is a Harvard trained attorney that became interested in the
question of "Natural Law" as a young student. He remained interested in that
question through out his life. Before his death he wrote a book VALUES FOR A
NEW MILLENIUM. Values..... is an explaination of what found to be the one
universal law. I would prefer to let you look at the book so he can make his
own case than to try to explain it for him. However basically he says that
each person on earth regards their life and the life of their loved ones as
important as that of any other person. The consequences of that simple
statement are far reaching.
Ron h.

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