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The Age of Peace upholds human life as a supreme value natural and divine. Church and State are separate and coëqual partners in creating a social order ruled by law in the name of love. "Upholding" means respectful awareness of the sacredness of human life from pre-reproductive to reproductive, from conception, to birth, death and burial.
In the matter of human reproduction, sex as was intended by the powers of Life must be held sacred. What defines human life? One polarity is Sex and Love. In the matter of sex we are created male and female, and that fact of human nature is manifest around six weeks of gestation. The definition of this moment of "human" may differ with religious traditions, but there must be legal stability so that research and development in all disciplines can proceed on matters vital to the alleviation of human suffering. Preventing unnecessary suffering is key to understanding the issues. Civil order must be established for sacred order to exist in peace.
Sacrificing humanoid life for a greater good violates no law, natural or divine. Giving comfort to those in pain is secondary only to saving human life.
The Age of Peace
World Without War by 2050
World of Nations by 2020
Justice the Answer to War
Question: Will Humanity take the third step toward global governance before or after
World War III?
(In 2012 the doomsday clock was set one minute closer to midnight.)
(And, a story to turn the clock back is contained herein.)
It Is a Matter of Imagination, Collective Human Will and Money.