Mission Statement

The Homo Sapien Sapien Mission Statement

 by Michael Wayne Lewis

   Wisdom is defined by Peter Angeles as “2. the correct perception of the best ends in life, the best means to their attainment, and the practical intelligence [and creativity] in successfully applying those means.”

  Wisdom then is, from my perspective: 

a. the correct perception of

b. the best ends in life being the existence of life, all life forms, all species of life and all life formations or life in this realm, transfinity, transmigration, transfiguration, transcendence and omniscience. [see the Nonviolent Code for a brief definition of the life formations.  Or the Metaphysical Awakening for a more detailed description.]

c. the best means to their attainment being the manifestation of nonviolence, happiness, and serenity on all karmic levels of the individual, family, community, state, nation, planet, inter-planetary, cosmic and inter-cosmic.

d. and the practical intelligence [and creativity] in successfully applying those means.

 The Homo sapien sapien mission statement based on this wisdom perspective is:

  Thou shall not cause to transform nor condemn to suffer ones self, other life forms and any member of any species  And [turning nature on its head] it is better for one to transform than to cause another to transform, and it is better for one to endure suffering than to cause another to suffer. This nonviolent activity being based on the religious experiences of life in this realm and transfinity, transmigration, transfiguration, transcendence and omniscience. 

  The goal of the attainment of nonviolence, happiness and serenity is to bring an end to intentional harmful conflicts between people and nations and prevent harmful conflicts between planets.  And to bring peace of mind/brain for all individuals and peaceful relations between all nations via the Homo sapien sapien wisdom system.  And the use of personalities: psyches, cultures, societies, histories and future stories as the ultimate tools and technologies for short and long term survival of humanity and life from earth from generation to generation up to the recreation of the universe and the other life formations. 

References

1. “Wisdom” Dictionary of Philosophy.New York: Barnes and Noble Books, 1981.

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One Response to Mission Statement

  1. might there also be a vision statement in the works other than the entire blog? just sayin’.

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