Saturday, July 16, 2016

What does “Human Rights Protection” mean to me?!

  

Human Rights Protection
a prose by Sy’needa Penland © 2015

Human Rights Protection is the preservation of Humanity through Unity, Maturity, Acceptance and forgiveness of all bad deeds from our past and proper Nurturing of the evolution of humankind.

          To achieve higher moral standards for our society, we must learn to build stronger Relationships by being more Involved in all facets of life which governs humanity, including respect for Mother Earth.  Through positive Goal setting and fostering a more harmonious mindset towards Helping others, unified as ONE Human Race, it will be easy to achieve. Most importantly, being Thankful for our blessings and promoting the Art of Sharing with others. 

          Yet we must adopt and practice the idealism that we can achieve Human Rights Protection, beginning in our very own neighborhoods, by rebuilding a solid moral foundation in our homes, thus creating a more loving, peaceful and harmonious environment within our communities.
         
         Proper Parenting is the key.  Teach our children to take full Responsibility for their actions and not to be easily influenced by outside negativity. We must reinforce the importance of Obedience towards our elders and Teach our children the importance of Equality for ALL Humankind, no matter the race, gender, age or national origin.  We must allow Compassion back into our hearts and foster in a more positive and loving moral value system, by creating a more Transparent and peaceful government and society. By Inspiring Optimism for our future and practicing the Art of Fair Negotiation, Justice, Protection and Unification; together as One Human Race we can achieve anything.   Most of all LOVE!!


                                                Humanity
                                                Unity
                                                Maturity
                                                Acceptance
                                                Nurturing

                                                Relationships
                                                Involvement
                                                Goal setting
                                                Helping
                                                Thankful
                                                Sharing

                                                Parenting
                                                Responsibility
                                                Obedience
                                                Teaching
                                                Equality
                                                Compassion
                                                Transparency
                                                Inspiring
                                                Optimism
                                                Negotiation  



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