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Standard Human

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Philosophy and World-view and Thought of Standard Human



Standard Human is a new school of thought based on respecting the view points of others with the goal of an international life based on peace and international unity of human beings. A Standard and model Human respects all religions and accredited and known human beliefs as we are all human beings and have the right to choose. All religions and accredited and known human beliefs have to be respected at their ideal form and all their honest, pure and righteous followers are respected humans, so a standard and model human is one who maintains and practices his own rite but at the same time respect other people with other religions and beliefs. This way he will reach his ideal humanistic life with peace and respect. With humanistic thinking each individual in the universal human society no matter what his belief, would respect others with diverse beliefs and this way they would all reach the peace they are worthy of.



From the viewpoint of the standard human being all the divine religions and the sublime human beliefs have common and similar goals and all aspire for the elevation of humanity, the establishment of peace, justice, and the worship of God in a universal, worldwide and human society. Consequently, the standard human, by giving priority to the common humane values of all religions and sublime universal humanitarian beliefs and in a humanistic culture strengthens the unity among mankind which leads to more coherence in the existing humanity in the societies.



The standard human being views having belief and an identity based on faith and carrying out humanitarian acts as a yardstick of unity among mankind. Having this sublime humane viewpoint he respects all religions and sublime human beliefs and considers their followers and himself part of the Universal Society of Humans.                                                              



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