I speak for 2.3 billion people who are close to Christianity.
I say close because if they were so influential, the world would be better for the most part.
The meaning of true belief is based on an obsolete and sometimes unconvincing culture.
I support this because the world continues to change rapidly, and the inappropriate use of the media instrumentalizes the true meaning of being a believer.
Fundamental values such as compassion for one’s neighbor, loving one’s neighbor, loving the other as ourselves are values that are now difficult to find within our consciences.
The relationship between tolerance and respect for the rules is very divisive because the value of freedom is used to hurt the other literally.
The extent of the individual’s independence and emancipation is now close to us but far away in most countries and cultures.
Education should be an instrument of mutual coexistence but with features and nuances oriented towards rigor, meritocracy, and competence.
Widening culture to as many people as possible would allow society a considerable income in terms of civic sense and moral success.
The mass media, newspapers, and various shows exalt those who, through their ostentatious visibility and arrogance, set a poor example for young people.
Returning to the true meaning of religion should be that of empathy and mutual work on all fronts to improve their lives both economically and in terms of moral and healthy well-being.
Team-work is of fundamental importance in trying to find a unified and dignified solution.
Most of the jobs that are almost all exploited by the powerful, rebelling against the good is a form of nonconformity and considerable depth.
With this, I want to argue that the working class should row in the same direction united and enthusiastic with the conviction that it is leaving the vile power games and the bad and the honest to climb, albeit exhausting, to the Olympus of distinction and decorum.