Original post at: http://www.unorule.com/oneism/
Philosophical evolution of the blog and following the feedback received on the ‘Youism’, I would like to make this contribution by declaring and defining my own religion / ideology. Moreover, the name fits perfectly with the rule of the ONE, the Oneism
The first idea behind this ideology is the power of oneself. Each one has control of its life, and nobody else. Nobody but we ourselves have that capability. Nobody can help to who does not want to be helped.
In favor of the theory of the change, not improvement. Improvement would be to get closer to perfection. Humans can not know what that of perfection is, then we cannot improve. Therefore, all we can do is change. Change to what each one considers the best for itself.
The second main value of the ideology, tolerance. All we are right in our own lives, no one in others’. Only by mutual agreement we will come to a peaceful and beneficial coexistence to all parties.
These are the elements Oneism.
The rule of the ONE universal
Everything has a cause, even if we do not know it.
We do not have to confuse cause and goal. The goals are artificial creations by humans. The causes are those that trigger or motivate an event.
Each concept has a unique universal definition.
Every concept is a human creation. Let us reach a universal agreement. Why would it be required more than one definition for the same concept? Let’s do it unique.
The rule of the ONE individual
We can only think one thing at a time.
It is the basis of the whole theory of happiness and overcoming. Our mistakes are due to our thought that was not focused where it should have been. Unfortunately, we learn based on errors, experience instructs us in life.
With these three rules I justify that all of us are right and not at the same time.
Our reality is individual.
Our beliefs and knowledge define our own reality, each one’s. This is individual and personal. No one can share identical realities by the subjectivity of each one.
Existence is definition.
The fact of defining a concept, gives it existence.
Real existence is perception.
But the real existence is perception. If not, it is simply a belief.
Finally I concluded that whether or not the absolute truth exists, no human would be able to know it based on our imperfection. Therefore, nobody has the right to impose their beliefs or ideas.