Guidelines for Basic Moral Education

In Accordance with the Constitution of the United States of America
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1.  The basic values and virtues to be taught within Basic Moral Education are respect, honesty, trust, love, compassion, dignity, kindness, sympathy, forgiveness and other attributes denoting goodness and love.

2.  All people are born with a natural love of morals and desire for goodness. To suggest that some people are not, no matter how scientific sounding, is racism and cannot be accepted. Proof that all people are created equal is that the brain cells of all newborn babies are genetically neutral. They have no genetic code. This means that everything in life is learned. Nothing mental is inherited. All babies are born with love and kindness. People learn how to express their goodness and love as they grow up.

3.Good morals should always be described in an attractive, appealing manner, not as something strict or repressive. The best way to resolve a serious problem is to learn from what happened, and forgive the people involved, not to dwell on it. Advise people to obey the law and forget aggression.

4. Basic Moral Education does not use technical terms to describe people. If a person tries to harm someone, the person doing the harassing always harms his own situation more than anyone else. The same is true with lying. A person who lies confuses himself more than anyone. Immorality creates inability. Good morals allows us to accomplish and create.

5.  No drugs, alcohol or illness can ever make a person commit a crime or break the law (to suggest otherwise is incorrect grammar). Having an illness or disease can never cause a person to lose his or her morals, nor is it ever an excuse for breaking the law. Every person must be held fully accountable for any crime he or she commits. There can be no insanity defense admissible into any court of law.

6.  Do not describe people as being merely uncivilized animals who must compete against each other for survival, who have no need for morals. Promote friendship and cooperation instead of rivalry and competition. All criminal behavior is a result of choice, not genetic predisposition (to suggest otherwise is racism).

7. Superstition is not taught within Basic Moral Education. A superstition is any belief or notion which is based more on emotional intrigue and unprovable theories than on fact. Examples are astrology, fortune telling, UFOs, ghosts, brain scans or handwriting analysis for criminal tendencies, tarot card reading, ESP, palm reading, hypnotism, numerology, phrenology, and similar. Superstition includes all other readings, teachings and analyses that are based on opinion or speculation, not facts.

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