Emotional Values


We believe that kindness to our fellow man will bring well-being to ourselves.

We believe that unkind actions are unacceptable in a community of well-being.

We believe that there is a God, the Creator of all things, and many spiritual beings (angels) who work closely with God to draw mankind to the highest version of itself.  

We believe that these spiritual beings have a great interest in what we do from moment to moment and want us to learn to treat our fellow beings as we would want to be treated. 

We measure the success of an individual by the positive impact he or she has on society rather than by his or her annual profits. 

We team up with individuals that offer effective solutions for the problems they encounter.  

We look for leaders who resonate with the well-being vision and who are fully committed to the principles of well-being for all, not just a few.  

We believe we are "our brother's keeper." (A reference to the Genesis story of Cain and Able.  Cain killed his brother Able, and when he was asked where his brother was he replied, "Am I my brother's keeper?)

We believe that the traits that are usually ascribed to mothers and fathers; nurturing, protecting, and providing, must be enlarged to include all mankind, not just blood relatives.  In other words, we must think of every person as our own child, no matter what age they are.  In so doing, we would never consider withholding basic needs from them or rejecting any person, regardless of race, religion, sexual preference or mistakes they may have made.  

We believe that is every person's responsibility to teach morality to those around them without shame or condemnation.  

We follow the morality of the 10 commandments, the U.S. Constitution, and all great leaders who taught inspired principles about peace, justice and the power of love.

We encourage open conversations about all beliefs.  

We believe that the only mandate that should be put on believers is the way they treat others.  

We believe that loving communication and kind words are the answer to every challenge we face.  

We hope that churches and religions will join our organization to bring their uplifting influence to ensure our spiritual development as a community.  

Our commonality will be our belief in the need for a human habitat that has "well-being for all" as the bottom line rather than dogmatic religious mandates that often cause division or exclusion.

Many of us believe in Jesus as more than a teacher, but as the Savior of the world.  

We believe that Jesus taught us to respect others and their beliefs.

We work with:

  • INCLUSION TRAINING - an environment of belonging

One Comment

  1. I never really observed the energy flow to my heart, but I have tried tuning mean or hurtful people out. Sometimes I ignore people like that instead of holding back energy because their comment isn’t worth the trouble.

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