FREEDOM A 1) God is all nature and humankind and the freedom which we deny to nature or to our fellow human beings, we deny to God. 2) Any system which is designed to serve God must be a lasting system. Systems which survive by oppression do not last. Systems which liberate and grant freedom to the common people are cherished, protected and preserved by the common people. Religions should not be oppressive. They should be about loving the world and all the people in it. They should be a tool to help people and to reduce suffering and only then can they truly be of service to God. 3) Freedom is essential for the devoted service of God. That which we do freely, we do with the whole of our heart. 4) Freedom of information is essential for true faith. Before we can truly believe something, we have to weigh up all the alternatives to that belief. Our faith must be an informed decision. 5) Freedom of speech allows the free exchange of ideas which are essential to human progress. Freedom of speech is the freedom to criticize and protest which is an essential weapon against tyranny and tyranny over the people is tyranny over God 6) Privacy and freedom from surveillance is protection against those who use private information as a tool of blackmail and oppression.
FREEDOM B 7) Freedom to be a non-believer - You don't have to believe in God to serve God, If you are a kind, giving person who cares for nature and for your fellow human being then you are already serving God. God loves a kind atheist more than a cruel fanatic. 8) Freedom Of Experimentation - Without experiment there can be no change. It is through experimentation and exploration that God tests and explores herself. 9) Equal Opportunity - Poverty, inequality, lack of education and opportunity equal lack of freedom. No society which tolerates poverty and inequality can call itself free 10) Peace between sects- If this religion becomes divided into different sects then the sects must live together in peace, friendship and cooperation. 11) No freedom for hate or intolerance - The only people who should not be free are those who wish to deny the freedom of others, they are agents of evil and suffering and should be deprived of power and influence and rendered harmless. All who expect freedom should respect the freedom of others.