Magna Est Veritas Et Praevalebit

The Universe can be observed in terms of principles of free will, self-determination, right to pursuit of happiness and well-being, virtue of knowledge and truth. Free will is what makes us human, not robots. The choices we must make give us freedom, or the illusion of freedom. But we cannot take this principle literally, as it does not give us the license to do whatever we want to do, and we must also base our actions on the truth of what we know, based on knowledge, evidence, and reason. We must ensure the right of others to live happily and maintain their safety and well-being. Because the universal principles are reciprocal, and to have free will, one needs well-being and happiness, for oneself, and others. Truth is the only thing we have in this universe. History, justice, and love are all rooted in truth. The greatest truth is that you love and are loved. We are lone observers in the universe. Light that is photon does not tell a lie. As observers, we are also messengers of truth. We must report to others the truth of what actually happened. If there is a God, we have an obligation because he is observing. If there is no God, then we have an obligation because we are the only lone observers in this universe, and there is no one else.

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