This is because the sovereign has no problem keeping his position, the usage of violence will only be adopted to maintain the peace and security of the people under the contract. Both of these approaches presume the evil nature of man which justifies the usage of the violence. In the Broken Spears, Spaniards are a great example of such an evil nature. The violence committed by them is to become the absolute leaders, kind of like the sovereign described by Hobbes. Sacrifices in the Broken Spears shows that violence could also be adopted by the sovereign to practice religious rituals.
God save our people eternal agitators. God forbid hard heads, philosophers, poets, orators, mad and scholars. " The idea that God has always been a great tool to calm the people in society and determine hope for a better life in all
While Sidney’s work depicts a selfish love, this is a much more selfless love in comparison because the intention of the speaker is for the world to understand how deep his devotion is without expecting a reward for his efforts. The devotion runs deep, even to the point where he will criticize his work meticulously because, in his mind, nothing is good enough. “Nothing could seem too rich to clothe the sun” (1. 11) and it almost
No matter the weight or amount of muscle mass on their body people who suffer have warped sense of what they see. Ultimately God and psychology go hand in hand in understanding that viewing one’s self negatively is wrong and can lead to distorted thinking. No matter the differences between men and women they are all created and loved by God. The Love of God is also not dependent on the size a person is, or how society deems them out of the norm. Everyone is created equal therefore, the world today should start accepting diversity when it comes to body shapes and personalities.
Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. I know that doing this is surely more difficult than simple talking. But there are ways to stop Human Trafficking, like Obama said “The change we seek will not come easy, but we can draw strength from the movements of the past. For we know that every life saved — in the words of that great Proclamation — is 'an act of justice'; worthy of 'the considerate judgment of mankind, and the gracious favour of Almighty God.” Together WE CAN make a place where the world is purer and the angels are cleaner, a place where humans finally have freedom. Everyone here in this room, in this world have the power to do so.
Their refusal to change their religious ideals and beliefs stemmed from the fact that they were passed along to them from generation to generation, it is what they lived by, what helped them survive all these years, and change would only bring about destruction of all that is safe, familiar and unifying. “We worship in that way. It teaches us to be thankful for all the favors we receive; to love each other and to be united. We never quarrel about religion” (Red Jacket 231), the natives feared that introducing new principles would create rifts and endless quarrels between tribe members. Their beliefs also gave them their own special identity which separated them from other nations and they were immensely proud of
It teaches that no matter how righteous a person acts, they will always suffer until they fully achieve enlightenment. The idea is central to the Buddhist religion: there are plenty of good people in the world, but this does not exempt them from pain. A person can be good, but if their goodness has not fully developed into perfection, evil still imprisons them. This is clearly explained in Dhammapada:
Through the waging of peace, the threatened come to realize that the true threat is war itself, not the 'enemy'. Through the waging of peace, the fearful come to realize that there is no safety apart from reliance on all of our fellow human beings and the best they have to offer, and on ourselves and our best as well. Are these realizations simple and straightforward? Absolutely not. Ask anyone who has had to overcome a lifetime of immersion in the values of war.
The lyrics, “’God loves all his children’ is somehow forgotten” shows how although many religions are centred around support, acceptance, and love, it is also giving the world a cover for their fears/judgements. I think that as humans, we enjoy being in control in most situations. However, over time, society has contorted the original purpose of religion and now thinks it is their right to decide who and how someone can love another person. I completely agree with the statements that are written in the song. I believe everybody should have the right to love anyone, no matter what who, as they can’t change the way they love.
So, everybody are free to hold to whatever religion that grabbed their interest. Diversity in races has many importance to us. Firstly, we will gain unity among ourselves and a harmony life within races will be a reality, not only an unreachable dream. Thus, our bond between people from other races will be stronger. So, all people in the world will live in safety because there will be no war among ourselves.