The right to Search for Truth - The Right to Death

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The right to Search for Truth and the Right to Death. Symbolism: at the top (the search for truth) the radiant sun colours (full bloom, symbol of eternity) and on the bottom the many doctrines, religions that represent how the search for truth to the individual should be more important than doctrines, philosophies, theologies, and religions. At the bottom (the right to a peaceful end) the Angel holding a body to represent for those who have reached a certain age and being terminally ill with great physical sufferings, the inalienable right to be assisted by specialists, psychologists, doctors (symbolism) to think of themselves, peacefully, through therapy to relax, aided to the far act of body abandonment. The right to Search for Truth and the Right to Death. Symbolism: at the top (the search for truth) the radiant sun colours (full bloom, symbol of eternity) and on the bottom the many doctrines, religions that represent how the search for truth to the individual should be more important than doctrines, philosophies, theologies, and religions. At the bottom (the right to a peaceful end) the Angel holding a body to represent for those who have reached a certain age and being terminally ill with great physical sufferings, the inalienable right to be assisted by specialists, psychologists, doctors (symbolism) to think of themselves, peacefully, through therapy to relax, aided to the far act of body abandonment. Fhoto: Marc Chagall

Universal Declaration of human rights according to the Prophetism carries on in its elucidation. We took into consideration the first two issues namely: the right to Live, the second, which is the closest to my heart, Love, we now come to the third fundamental right, which combined with the other two represent the three most important things of the existence, as mentioned above: Live, Love and the Death... which everyone must be given, after a certain age to terminally ill with great physical suffering, the inalienable right to die.

The fourth I'm going to talk about in this context is the Search for Truth (Pursuit of truth).

I reaffirm the third fundamental right. When a person feels to have lived long enough and has serious terminal pathologies and does no longer wishes to live unnecessarily in suffering; when he knows his tomorrow is only another day of empty suffering for himself and others, then he has the right to leave this body: it's his fundamental right.

Life belongs to the individual not to a hospital policy that considers a useless big expense, where who benefits are only politics and pharmaceutical companies.

Nobody, I mean nobody, should avoid dying who no longer wants to continue living in pain in a bed with unspeakable tortures done by medicines to try drugs or other mischief on a suffering body.

Indeed, in every hospital there should exist a particular section where those who are at the end of life, in throes of suffering can relax in advance and peacefully through therapy of no pain so to relax and think of himself, doctors, in the last extreme act, should teach and transmit this with the help of psychologists towards the "gentle death".

To date death has almost been a horrible thing.

Man was a victim, but the fault is ours.

Every hospital should set up special services; should have even better facilities for those who wish to die, with no regrets, no hard feelings-but only with a deep sense of gratitude, also towards life.

 

 

Between these three fundamental rights comes the fourth: the search for Truth (Pursuit of truth).

Nobody, since his childhood, should be conditioned by a religion, a philosophy, a theology, because in this way the individual's freedom of research is destroyed.

Every individual should be helped to feel sufficiently balance in himself; and be strong enough to doubt; to be sceptical towards everything around him, because there is no other way to find out the Truth.

All those who consider themselves to be Christian, Jewish, Hindu or Muslim, are believers.

They don't know!

Believe is a pure poison!

Know is to reach full bloom and awareness.

 

 

Anyone should not be taught what truth is, because truth cannot be taught.

One should be helped to look for it.

The research means an effort; believe is cheap, but the Truth is never cheap.

Truth is the most valuable thing in the world, one has to find by himself.

Nowadays, the whole world lives imprisoned by doctrines.

For this if you look people in the eye there is no light, there is no grace in their gestures, and there is no force or authority in their words.

Conventions have no foundations, are like sand castles.

A slight breath of wind is enough to make your castles crumble.

The Truth is eternal, and find it means becoming part of eternity.

 

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Now let’s focus on the tenth right: Meritocracy.

Democracy has failed, we cannot ignore this fact; we have gone through various types of governments: aristocracy, kingdom, democratic city-states and now the whole world is exalting the idea of democracy.

However, democracy has never solved any problem, but rather has introduced new ones.

Precisely in the light of these problems, Karl Marx assumed the dictatorship of the proletariat.

I do not support this idea, since my own assumption goes far beyond democracy.

Democracy means "a government coming from the people, promoted by the people, intended for the people." But these are just words!!

For example, in India there are nine hundred million inhabitants: how can nine hundred million people exercise their power?

They must choose a delegate. The population does not rule, but chooses a ruler.

What are the criteria underlying this choice? How do they choose their representatives?

And, above all, how do they choose the right ruler?

Have you ever been taught democracy?

No, not at all. Ignorant masses can be easily controlled.

All the religions, without any exception, believe that men have had a soul since their birth.

Throughout the history of mankind, Giorgio Gurdjieff is the only one who has astonishingly said: "You don’t have any soul."

The only one! Despite the various religions.

Gurdjieff stands out from the crowd and claims that men have no soul; therefore, the place intended for the soul is actually empty.

Anyhow, we may try to create it.

 

Just like G. Gurdjieff, I know that we have come into this world with a soul, but the idea that men are born with a soul acts as a hindrance.

It has let men fall into a deeper sleep: yes, you are born with a soul, God is within you, the kingdom of God is within you, what should you do now?

Work hard to reach those things that are not within you, such as money, power and reputation; since no one says: "Every child is born with money (I am not referring to the money belonging to one’s parents or legacy!), every child is born with political power, every child is born with a reputation." Nobody says that.

These are targets to be achieved.

Freedom, awareness, God - whatever you may call it - must be discovered, and it often requires great efforts.

It is hidden, dozy; it must be enlivened and brought to maturity.

It must bloom and bear fruit.

Now let’s consider the last statements of the “Nobody” prophet, which must not be taken for granted, but examined and discussed, in addition to the popular Declaration of Human Rights.

"Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,

Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind, and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people."

 

- Nine: a World Government

I support a single world government.

In this case, wars would no longer take place and most of the military personnel would be dismissed.

These people would be useful and offer their own contribution if they could cooperate with the other men, and poverty would disappear.

Nowadays, seventy percent of the national domestic product of all the Countries is intended for the army, while the population makes do with the remaining thirty percent.

If the army disappeared, this seventy percent would revert to all the citizens.

Poverty is not inevitable, beggars are not inevitable!

These mendicants, these Ethiopias are the result of our society.

On the one hand, we create powerful armies and on the other hand we starve thousands of people.

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