Introduction, Overview

The essence of Moral Innovations

Moral Innovations leverage history to highlight how humanity has evolved on earth over time.  We can learn to recognize how Christians, Muslims, Indians and Chinese behaviors evolve and take actions that hopefully will make this world a better place.

No single person can change humanity overnight.  It took over 5,000 years to reach 7 billion humans on earth when terrorism and suicide bombers create tensions after a century of world wars that took the lives of millions of humans. Moral Innovators know this trend is unsustainable.  No law written by humans can be 100% effective.  No religion can be universally accepted.  Guns and advanced weaponry deliver short term advantages, sustain conflict and will not deliver harmony among humans over time.  We must respect the existence and rights of others who may have different values than we do.  Our common thread is morality, guided by the Golden Rule:  Do unto others what you want others to do unto you.

The Golden Rule does not feed us.  None of us could survive our childhood without some source(s) of food that usually come from our parents.  Some of us achieve sustainable livelihood earlier than others, but none of us can thrive without tools to generate income to support our lifestyles that usually require a good education, followed by the work that we do and/or innovations/improvements we deliver.  Education is not an entitlement, and unless we have rich inheritances, what we do with our education dictates the lifestyle we can afford.

Our lifespan is short, most likely less than 100 years.  We have only 30-40 years between completing our education and reaching retirement.  The objective of Moral Innovations is to educate humanity so we can optimize our productive years.  What you actually do is entirely up to you, but the circle of life guides us to educate our children for a better tomorrow.

Thrive with knowledge of your place in the world.  Do the right things and make it better.