Global Humanity Bill of Rights Makes Way for Updated Version
Refreshed Bill of Rights Becomes a Global Humanity New Earth Declaration
What Would Love Do Foundation co-founder, Christine Horner, has refreshed the Global Humanity Bill of Rights that was originated in 2010 in recognition of the early stages of humanity’s transition from separation to unity consciousness. What makes this document stand apart from previous declarations, treaties or charters is that it proposes a new era of cooperative and sustainable living that offers an end to human-created suffering so that every man, woman, and child have easy access to shelter, food, water, healthcare, and education.
“We are evolving to the realization that all life is interconnected and interdependent,” says 2014 Dayton Literary Peace Prize nominated author Christine Horner. “Just as competition would be destructive within your primary family unity, it’s created a loser for every winner within our global family. It’s time to end human exploitation. Working in harmony with an already abundant Earth is key so that all of humanity thrives rather than just a few at the expense of others.
“The contents of the declaration are the same, but the language has been simplified. The foundation offers the meaning of the contents as a declaration rather than a Bill of Rights in that human rights are not something to be legislated, the Declaration is simply a statement of the recognition of what already is as Natural Law.”
Supporters have an opportunity to receive free leadership e-books rooted in unity consciousness. There are also free sponsorship opportunities for organizations who would like to support the initiative, or you may support the declaration by affirming it. For more information, please visit NewEarthDeclaration.com, GlobalHumanityBillofRights.com or WhatWouldLoveDo.org.
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