Standards and values

Behaviour rules

In life we all have to do with behaviour rules, by applying the correct behaviour rules can you not only but also learn to accept each other as an equality, irrespective of skin colour, source, external appearance, lacks etc. Which behaviour rules are now correctly, the rules which we have learned in the education, school and seen in the society or rules from a higher notion from its own and or common responsibility?, the oneness (unity). In life there are 4 important aspects which can help you understand how one can learn oneself behave in life at good towards yourself and other people.
Below you see an order of 4 the basis principles of the society (sociology). When one learns these principles in the deepest sense of the word understand and fills in the interpretation in their lives, one is able to raise itself above the bad and negative influence. To behave such as really is possible, should and would have from a higher notion from your responsibility.
The 5 most important behaviour rules and ethical rules are:
1. refrain from killing
2. do not take what is not given
3. refrain from prohibited sexual actions
4. refrain from incorrect speech
5. abandon the use of dwelming resources such as drugs,
   alcohol and other addictive substances.

1. Ontology
Ontology means "knowledge of being", knowledge of the general properties of the things, it is that what exists. Recognising what is there and the most important, recognising your own existence and other people and a higher power. What one cannot see does not mean that it does not exist, it is a question of belief. Every individual has the right of the free will to believe whether something yes or no exists. Important is the degree of believing and yourself to wonder who if what is more important, myself or that what perhaps exists but one cannot see ?
2. Epistemology
Epistymology means science of sciences, knowledge of knowing. In life it is important to grow and to develop and to improve the social skills so that one gathers more knowledge and information. Know yourself, know your fellow people, know your talents and capacities to develop yourself further.
3. Ethic
Ethics is practical covetousness of knowledge that occupies itself with what well and bad is such as, the ethic, morality, morality philosophy, decency. It means simply, the art of decency. When one learns oneself behave decently according to the intelligence which people has then it will not cause any damage, hurt, disappointment or even murdering. Learning to be tolerant, patience and needy and have eye and respect for your fellow people when they are in difficult situations. People are responsible for their own thinking and acting and cannot disadvantage anyone with his actions such as he also doesnít want to become disadvantage by another one.
4. Aesthetic
Knowledge of aesthetic imply that one has appreciation for beauty, the knowledge of beauty. Do not break what is complete and what donít belong to you, do not take from another where the person in question by for example very hard working has obtained, do not humiliate your fellow people, have respect for all living beings beside people, and do not unnecessarily pollute your environment.
Briefly summarised
When one knows itself and recognises and accepts that we are all there and equally have the same rights on this world than we can help each other and create a harmonious teamwork. By increasing knowledge and skills and to abroad its possible to left behind all restrictions and obstructions so that one can become independently and independent with a high notion of responsibility. When one applies ethics on everything, one knows at all time to behave decently within the standards and values. You are then harmless compared with your fellow people. Realising that beauty are present everywhere, both in people and in nature and then trying to find balance by submitting yourself to the laws of nature.