The Success of Multiculturalism
By Kokayi Ama Ufanifu
The success of multiculturalism e.g. a multicultural society or civilization can be successful--only when it is based on Action or the application of TRUTH AND LOVE. I present 7 AXIOMS of a successful multicultural society which can be applied Globally as well!
1). That All Human Beings are UNIQUE as well as PRECIOUS, IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE beyond Money or Materialism!
2). That All Human Beings Deserve the Best that Civilization has to offer including Products and Services. That the Economic System is made to serve Humankind - not Humankind to serve the Economic System!
3). That We/Human Beings are Intelligent enough to create a Global Civilization through LOVE where each person can enjoy the Fruit of Civilization - FREE OF CHARGE!
4). That each Human Being is a Social Being and that when each Social Being is Nurtured by the Community and provided with Opportunity and Resources by the Community through Cooperation and Sharing, they - each Social Being has Something of Value to Contribute to the world by Developing and Sharing their Gifts, Talents, Skills and Perspective!
5). That We - All can enjoy the Best and Devote Ourselves to creating the Best i.e. Products when We Understand that LOVE, which I define herein as Caring, Sharing and Cooperation among Human Beings is not only in our Self-interest, but most importantly in Our Best-interest! Just as the various Organs and Parts keep the Human Body working together harmoniously – so are We - who look and act differently work together FREELY to keep the Human Family healthy and functioning happily!
6). That the Resources both Raw and Natural of Our Mother - The Earth belong to All of the Children of the Planet and needs to be Creatively Shared among them!
7). That We- Social Beings are Intelligent enough and Mature enough to see the Truth of these Statements and to take Action or Steps – Today - to make Utopia a Reality on the Earth where each and every Social Being is Welcomed into the World and Nurtured by the World and enjoys and shares Good Health, Peace and Prosperity with One Another both Now and Forever!
Our Civilization in order to Flourish must be based around Love and Truth; I include Scientific Truth as well. I will state some important Needs that Our Civilization must be built on in order to move forward in a Kind, Justice and Sustainable manner. They are as follows:
A). WE NEED MOTHER EARTH - SHE DOES NOT NEED US! We must do Our Home- Our Children’s Home - to the Seventh Generation no Harm! We must Support One Another - to meet our Needs and not depend upon the Profit Motive to meet our Needs; from a company(s), small group or individual who may cut corners and pollute Our Beautiful Planet to Our Collective Harm! We want to SHARE and COOPERATE as much as possible and use the Resources that WE have been entrusted with as Efficiently and Respectfully as possible!
B). We need Rest and Sleep. We need nutritious Food, Clean Water, and Shelter along with Air Conditioning (heating and cooling). We need Privacy as well as Public Spaces. We need Transportation, Education and Travel. We need Clothes and Entertainment. We need to learn to TAKE TURNS AND SHARE! We need Nurturing, Support, Encouragement, Opportunity, Resources, and a Sense of Belonging. We need a feeling and a reality of Safety.
C). We need to Respect and Appreciate the Diversity of Cultures, Peoples, Customs, Religions and Rights which were developed through Our being influenced by the Earth in Our Respective geographical locations on the Earth by Our Ancestors!
When these conditions are met we will have happy, creative and productive Social Beings! If not, We will suffer from less than the Best from each of US. A considerable part of our happiness is base on having our Economic Needs met. Hopefully with these Needs met through LOVE which is Caring, Sharing and Cooperation among Human Beings in order to Bring Good into the World for the Benefit of All will banish Our Fears, Worries and Poverty from the Earth!
We must understand that - WE ARE SURROUNDED BY ABUNDANCE! A place to work and play on which is the Earth along with its Raw and Natural Resources of Minerals, Clean Water, Air, and Soil; and up above us the Sun, the Moon and the Stars - The People with their Creativity, Gifts, Talents and Skills along with Education/Initiation, Knowledge and Its distribution. We have Different means of Transportation for People and Products! WE ARE SURROUNDED BY ABUNDANCE! There is no need for any of US on this Beautiful Planet we live on to GO WITHOUT -- EXCEPT from IGNORANCE AND SELFISHNESS; and now there are NO EXCUSES because the TRUTH is before OUR EYES NOW!
Please seriously consider what is presented here and share it! Be Good to Yourself and Others!
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