posted on Nov, 26 2015 @ 05:26 PM
I would say that my 'religion" would be more of a philosophy, similar to Buddhism. There would definitely not be a god.
I would say that my commandments would be:
1) All humans have equal worth, you do not know what lead someone to murder, you do not know what made someone poor, you are equal to all others, and
all others are equal to you.
2) Rid yourself of banks and loans, they do not serve you, you ultimately serve them
3) Only keep that which you need to live naturally, do not overindulge with fancy things which serve no real value in your life. Excessive wealth is
4) Eat healthy and be active, the more 'clean' you are the richer a life you will live
5) Ignorance is the ultimate sin, expand your knowledge in as many studies as possible, even that which society deems as taboo, but place no
judgements upon those that seek to know things that you would deem taboo, for they are too simply exercising their minds as you are
6) Work with others to gain momentum at a whole, individual success only serves to displace you from the rest of humanity
7) Feel pity for those that are stuck in a mental state which prevents them from expanding their knowledge. Help them to escape their chains and open
their mind, but do not fill their minds with your own knowledge, leave them to discover the universe around them on their own.
8) Replace as much of the world around you from which you took the necessities of life. Aim to diminish your impact as much as possible. Live
alongside the natural world, not exempt from it.
9) Do not overwork your body or your mind, even if others might be able to care for you, you may become a burden upon them. Take time to rest every
day, relax, and relieve yourself from worry, discomfort, and stress.
10) Never stop trying experiencing new things. So long as those things do not harm you or those around you, new experiences will lead to a fulfilled
life; regardless if these new experience may have turned out to have an unforeseen negative impact.
11) Do not let your mind crumble from an unfavorable event. Instead, acknowledge that it happened, learn from it, and allow it to become a part of
your history, without holding you back.