In this post I am looking at the 7th Human Right as stated by the Equal Life Foundation. In our current system we associate ourselves with subcultures/organisations/groups/parties in a number of activities and capacities in the social and economic realm. However these associations are never free as all our movements in this world are motivated by self-interest and in that they are limited and bound to our personal history/programs/memories. This is why subcultures/organisations/parties will promote their exclusivity whether that is based on a belief, opinion, ideology or rank. Free association with any concept/idea as stated in the 7th Human Right by the ELF cannot take place in this current system, because that would mean we first have to associate ourselves without any self-interest and have no motivation in 'mind' but stand as equals only for the common good of all. This shows that we first need to clear ourselves before we can be free, and freely associate ourselves with what is best for all. This is a process which we are currently walking - join us
7. An Equal Right of Free Association that provides a social and economic milieu that is dynamic, interactive and free of constraints, out of which new ideas, concepts, technologies and productivity that enhance and advance what is best for all can emerge with the understanding that such association does not limit the first Fundamental Human Right – namely an Equal Life Right for all or any of the Rights flowing from this Right.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have searched to belonging to a group that represents ideas that appeal to me, yet I have never investigated why I am compelled to participate in one group/organisation versus another, and why specific ideas appeal to me.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not have realised that I have a misconception about taking responsibilities because of the belief that associating myself with one political 'culture' versus another is a form of responsibility whereby I did not realise that I paid lip service to my ego, so that I could say that I was doing something for the world, but in reality there was no real physical effort involved but mostly mental exchanges, which were based on socialising.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have participated in political protests where I manipulated myself into believing that I was taking responsibility for a political situation that I did not agree with, but I did not realise that these protests were just an extension of my self-victimisation, and a way to venting my anger, instead of applying myself in a constructive approach that functions on the premise of oneness and equality and not on separation and blame.
I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to have never considered the importance of group dynamic to achieve social change and have mostly seen groups from the point of diversion and entertainment.