Dear World, I am writing this letter because I want to share my belief system.

I have designed a belief system which bases everything off two sets of principles. It can be used to explain faith, and it can be used to prove whether or not an act is just. It is my belief that by the principles upon which it has been founded it is perfect and flawless in every way, and I shall show you how it proves relevant in matters affecting the justice system. To start off, there are 2 sets of principles which you should become familiar with:

The Revered Principles
I. II. III. IV. V. Dharma: There exists God, the most powerful force that is the reason for our existence. An explosive creative force. Love: The best and most perfect resolution is desired. Logic: From the given, there is an outcome that is not the not given. Karma: For all that is given, return is expected. Given: the perceived and the outcome from applying logic.

The Denounced Principles
I. II. III. IV. Neg-Dharma: There exists an evil force that sucks in. Hatred: The most destructive route gives way. Neg-Karma: The imbalanced most chaotic way of give-and-take. Nothing and all is given to which there is no return. Falsehood: The assertion of illogical, untrue things. Total relativism where all is relative to itself.

It is assumed that we want an outcome that is most suited to our desires as it is assumed that we make deductions by information that we are fed. What we must also pay attention to is the balance that Karma gives between the interests of equals. It can be seen as a balance. If there is a positive end, there is a negative end. We see it in the two principles themselves. Karma is to be practiced among these principles. My proof for Dharma… Note in the Denounced Principles how (IV)Falsehood gives way to (III)neg-Karma which goes to (II)Hatred which is finally characterized by the evil force itself, (I)neg-Dharma. We know that neg-Dharma exists; so by way of Karma existing, the opposite of neg-Dharma exists, Dharma.

On Love
Where there is love there is desire. We have been given 9 Perfect Desires and 11 Salvific Desires, still counting. Our Perfect Desires are as follows: 1. Order: The desire for chaos to be put into place and to find the virtuous placement for everything. 2. Balance: The desire for equality and stability. 3. Companionship: The desire to bond with another. 4. AMDG (Ad Majorum Dei Glorium): The desire to glorify God. 5. Love (lustful): The desire for passion and romance. 6. Gourmandy: Pleasuring the senses of the body 7. Excretion: Cleansing oneself. Letting go. 8. Advancement: Living onward. 9. Reflection: Remembering, looking forward, paying respects. The next desires are the desires that bring people to greater enlightenment (of deeper knowledge of truth). They are called the Salvific Desires. They can also be referred to as Vocational Desires: 1. 2. 3. 4. Creation: The desire to use what’s been given to compose something new. Counseling: The desire to listen, respond, and help others in personal growth. Teaching: The desire to help a person grow in their knowledge. Leadership: The desire to steer others in the correct direction and pull them along when help is needed. The desire to profess the truth. 5. Protect: The desire to alleviate harm. 6. Change: The desire to follow a new path. 7. Grow: The desire to strengthen ourselves and abilities to better our life. 8. Praise: The desire to encourage and direct focus at an individual. 9. Agape: The love of all. Desire of the infinite. 10. Service: The desire to give attention to another’s needs. 11. Reaping the Reward: Not only receiving payment. Note that in the Perfect desires Order and Balance trickles throughout in order to follow a virtuous path in life. In addition within the Vocational Desires, Change and Growth are sought upon at certain times and are duties that must be taken. If one can come to desire them, he is brought to further enlightenment.

Principle of our Rights: By the principle of Love, we desire the most perfect outcome, so we are to attempt to reach that. Thus, by a mode of life adhering to Love and the Perfect and Salvific Desires, we have a Right to them, given that we uphold them – to the extent that our means supply, to the level of respect that we have and, thus, to the level we uphold our duties (in which case upholding our duties earns our respect level). These restrictions are set to denounce neg-Karma and to uphold Karma. Principle on the Infringement upon the Rights of Others: More than one person exists each with rights. It would be a falsehood to see it otherwise. Furthermore, as a Rights system is given to one person, by Karma, it must be given to others. To infringe upon this or to neglect it would yield neg-Karma which is to be denounced. The Right to Life: By the Principle of our Rights, we have the right to Advancement which means the continuation of our life. Thus as long as this falls within the Principle of our Rights we have a Right to Life. There are two possible outlooks on this. One is that every human has the dignity and respect level of having life. The second is that this respect can be lost by infringements on others rights. I believe that some forgiveness is necessary, but forgiveness can only go so far. If a person is a proponent of acts that are not honorable or just, such as murder, and is not able to change, sometimes a life must be taken. The Right to Freedom: By balance and order of attaining what we desire, we allow ourselves to act more freely, and we must do this provided that it’s within our Rights to do so. The Right to Pursue Happiness: Go on… Be happy!

On Karma
The mathematical model of Karma is a scale. There are two types of Karma that exist. One type of Karma is used in behaviors and love the other is used in payments and logic. I call these two types of Karma scales the Glorified Scale (positive) and the Proportional scale (negative). There exist 2 Glorified scales, one is the Grand Glorified Scale the other is simply the Glorified Scale. The Grand Glorified Scale has 4 levels, input, values, rules, and principles. If you have ever taken calculus you can think of these 4 levels as derivatives of each other. You can see the diagram of it on the next page. The value represents an action taking place. Input represents Karma value.

We’ve now proven that the rules must come from the principles we have defined. So, I have created 7 basic rules to go by derived from the principles and I call them the Seven Commandments. 1. Respect and uphold to the goodness of others and what they own. As persons everyone has a right to be treated as a person. Their goodness must be upheld to the extent one’s relationship has to do with the person. This is because of the Principle of our Rights. Restrictions are set to the level of respect the person has which is deemed by the duties assumed. 2. Do not do anything for selfish gain. By selfish gain, there is an implied infringement of one’s rights which cannot be upheld. These actions are motivated by one human’s natural desires that conflict with upholding of another one’s rights. Restrictions are set to acts done out of necessity to survive.

3. Do not harm, murder, or put others in the way of danger. Each person is given a life, a path to follow. To obstruct this path or to even possibly put up an obstruction would infringe upon their rights. Moreover it is an obstruction to Advancement. Restrictions are set to authorities in the punishment of severe crime. 4. Do not uphold to falsehoods. Not only do falsehoods fall under the Denounced Principles, they go against logic. Thus they cannot be supported. Restrictions are set to surprise birthday parties. 5. Do not break covenants that have not been annulled. Covenants are designed to set rules that make agreements between people and themselves. Thus to break them would be to break laws set to maintain order. Restrictions set to damaging covenants or annulled covenants. 6. Uphold to justice in your governing district. The Government is a Higher Power. A Higher Power is a person that is in a position of control of order or design of a person’s life. A person is an intentional system capable of having intentionality to the degree of 2 or greater – i.e. intending to do something so that something else happens. Restrictions set to breaking unjust rules. 7. Follow the Virtuous Path. To be the most free and to live the most fulfilled life, one must follow the virtuous path. This means by confessing Sin (acts that go against the commandments), being mindful of the world, doing our duties, and having order and balance of our desires, we grow in who we are.

Questions
Stance on Abortion The legal definition of life is that a heartbeat must be there. Thus ideally, at the moment of the first heartbeat an abortion should not be able to be performed.

Stance on Gay Marriage Marriage should not be legal at all since it is a religious agreement. Civil Union is the more precise terminology for the occasion as it would appear legally. Two persons unite as one person. Civil Unions leave room for lifelong friends to be joined together. They allow for the freedom for anyone to promise to another person they will be together for the rest of their life. Furthermore, this does not go against any of the commandments. Stance on Drugs We are given plants such as cannabis and coca leaves and lemons. They can be used for medicine and can be used socially as well. They are safe when used properly. To what danger would it cause the ones using it? Studies would show that cannabis users go through less withdraw symptoms and can function better while using cannabis than those who drink alcohol. In addition, cannabis can be used to help with problems such as anxiety, hyperactivity, and pain. Many people prefer cannabis over alcohol just as many prefer alcohol over cannabis. To sell one’s prescription is not appropriate however. They are manufactured drugs that are designed for that specific person. It is harmful to the other person and harmful to oneself because one person is not being medicated and the other is being medicated for something they don’t need. Methamphetamines, Heroine and other chemically made drugs are very harmful to the human body. They should remain outlawed. Overdosing on these drugs is an epidemic in America. They are highly addictive and are attached to a high rate of crime. On the other side of the coin, if drugs were to be made legal, crime rates would go down, because the government could implement a tax control and other controls over it. But this debate would be considered by the lesser of two evils. I believe it would be more beneficial to keep Methamphetamines, Heroine, and selling prescription drugs illegal.

To read what I have done on logic including proving contrapositive equivalency to an if-then statement without using proof by contradiction, go to http://logos-logic.wikispaces.com. There you will find what I have written about logic so far. It’s not finished yet though.