There is only one universally accepted Golden Rule in various forms: Do unto others what you want others to do unto you. If only all of us follow this moral rule, the world will be a better place. However, The Golden Rule does not feed us. We still have to make a living, support a family, and live in a changing world. We must work hard to innovate with our skills during our lifetime. If we can rely on the hope that our hard work can support our desired lifestyles, there would be less violence and hatred over time. When we can no longer hope our hard work can feed us or do not want to work hard, we begin to sacrifice The Golden Rule. Moral Innovations use history to remind us that we must manage our hope through adversity and work hard with The Golden Rule in mind.
Which global community do you belong? Because we use English to communicate, we are already confined by less than 1.5 billion people out of 7+ billion people who can read English, with less than 500 million native speakers in 54 countries and 27 non-sovereign entities. The chances are, you are a Christian in one of these 54 countries and 27 non-sovereign entities, dominated by USA with more than 50% of the English native speakers worldwide. If we can focus on a Moral Innovation framework in this community first, and respect the culture and rights of the non-English speakers, we are moving in the right direction.