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The dawn of the importance of Organized Labor is quickly drawing upon us.If humanity’s goal for life is to be more than just wandering and squandering, exhausting the world’s resources toward trivial ends, perhaps even harming rather than helping our collective future, then we must find a way to speak with a united voice. Organized Labor, and the collective agreements that they solidify provide the necessary moral compass to guide an emerging humanity into a continually evolving multidimensional universe.


Humanity needs, I think, a collective purpose.
This would be in addition to our many individual and religious purposes. Under such a unified objective, individual moral behavior not harmful to the collective good would properly remain individual choice, accruing concomitant rewards as believed to come before or after that individual’s death. However, the world’s collective guidance is a different matter. It should be obtained from a purpose positioned far beyond any one individual’s reach. This purpose should shine as a beacon to nations, guiding many generations. And its rewards should accrue to the living, not the dead, enriching the lives of all.

While no one should be expected to abandon their inherited or chosen religion, none should be prevented from adopting an additional universal purpose to guide their moral behavior. No one should be asked to change what they have come to believe about themselves and their ultimate individual destiny, or to deny the god they worship. But an overarching universal purpose, used to guide humanity’s collective behavior should also exist—something that clearly helps ensure our species’ and life’s well-being and continuance.

Organized Labor agreements transcend time, culture, and language and provide the framework for humanistic answers that thrive in a liberal democracy.

Organized Labor agreements spell out humanistic business relationships that recognize and address the best interest of the holy trinity of Organized Labor; capital, labor and material/objects.

Free, independent, legally recognized Organized Labor Agreements are successfully negotiated thousands of times each year world wide  to the benefit of all three parties and to their immediate community.

Organized Labor supports and compliments government, especially liberal democracies.

Organized Labor assists all governments and cultures in promoting a rich, stable society that is able to support higher education, the arts and moral purpose in freedom of religious beliefs.

Organized Labor Agreements are extremely responsive to economic changes and represent one of the purest forms of liberal democracy and humanistic approach to problem solving as they enrich all individuals, their community, and individual liberty in a continually rising level of world wide economic and humanistic evolution.

For all of these reasons and more Organized Labor could be considered the world’s first Meta-religion.

Understanding Organized Labor and its ability to unite us with a higher purpose is an individual metamorphosis. This individual process involves a maturity and related life experiences. The dawn is approaching, allowing our ears to hear and our eyes to see.

Originally posted to Bill Wiltrack on Wed Sep 29, 2010 at 09:46 AM PDT.

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  •  Tip Jar (0+ / 0-)

    I believe in the inherent good of Organized Labor.

    by Bill Wiltrack on Wed Sep 29, 2010 at 09:46:41 AM PDT

  •  I love unions. (0+ / 0-)

    I love my own union.  I love the folks who have fought so hard -- often putting their lives and the lives of their loved ones at risk -- for workers, for basic respect, for children, for women, for weekends and safety and reasonable hours and a working wage.  Unions are awesome.

    But I'm not sure what you're saying here.

    •  What I was trying to say was... (1+ / 0-)
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      I love my own union.  I love the folks who have fought so hard -- often putting their lives and the lives of their loved ones at risk -- for workers, for basic respect, for children, for women, for weekends and safety and reasonable hours and a working wage.  Unions are awesome.

      I believe in the inherent good of Organized Labor.

      by Bill Wiltrack on Wed Sep 29, 2010 at 10:01:09 AM PDT

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