Social Change includes all aspects of our lives. Many of us came into this world and just accepted how things were being run around us. It really didn’t feel quite right, but conforming was the thing we were expected to do to be good children. Throughout the years, as we watched the happenings around the world, we still thought that the happenings were just the way it is, and went along with our lives.
Today, we are seeing the need for change in every aspect of how we, as a people, are treating our world, our bodies and those with whom we share this lovely planet. From our eating habits to how we respond to what we see around us, our awareness of the damage being done is becoming too much for some of us to accept any longer. We want to find solutions – And – Quickly.
When we talk about how our government and system of justice operates, we need to take a closer look. We need to compare Admiralty Law, Common Law, Natural Law and find out which of these types of judicial social change is the best approach to solving the issues we see. It takes some research, but you will probably discover the type of law that feels more responsible, equitable for a system of non-duality, and general respect for others and the planet.
Read for yourself and compare what feels the best way for you when considering a new system of law.
“TYPES OF LAW“
Accepting the old must change. We are damaging the planet for our future generations, creating hardships for these young ones even before they take their first breath. Hopefully, they can take their first breath at all, and that it is clean, fresh air. The social change needed in our judicial system is just one aspect of the change we need in order to not just survive but thrive. It is the responsibility of each one of us to act as stewards for the world and each other. This does not mean “hand outs” but “hand ups”. We have seen some hard times, and now we need to begin the work of making the changes together.
No matter where we live, we are seeing people struggling in some way. When things begin to break down around us, we might need to rethink the way things are being done. I don’t pretend to be a lawyer or have any real interest in studying the law in depth. Truthfully, I think we have too many laws. Our lives are being controlled more like we have parents that don’t believe we can make decisions for ourselves. Why did we give our power away, that is the question, or, even more importantly, to Who? The people that we see in power today don’t seem to be any smarter than we are. They have the same human faults we have, and certainly don’t have issues with breaking the law or lying, when it is to their own advantage.
I have been studying much about the legal system lately. Learning that Common Law is based on previous judicial decisions, is something I think I already knew. Basing judicial judgements purely on decisions in a courtroom, not designed for human beings, but corporations and financial rewards, only generates more and more corruption in our courtrooms. Most of us have watched television enough to know judges can be wrong and now I have personally experienced the corruption that is rampant in our legal system.
A judicial system that is based on man’s law and not on our Constitution that was put in place by our forefathers who understood Divine Law is a gift from our Creator; and that no man has the right to infringe on our rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, even if he does wear a black robe, is not justice at all. When the justice system is working together with unlawful actions by large corporations and banking facilities, our personal rights are jeopardized, due to corruption of those that have taken oath’s to protect us. It is time for us to realize how our judicial system has been corrupted by fraud and greed of a few. Instead of simply accepting that we are living in a society that is working for us, we must take the time to investigate deeper to discover the secrets behind those we have trusted and believed in all these years.
I just want to recommend that you do a bit of research. We may be in a change of society, where our judicial systems could be seriously reconsidered. We may even be part of deciding such changes. Think about it, Check out the different types of justice systems and discuss it with each other. We all have our own feelings about how things are being run today and how we would like to see things done. It’s not just about who is running in the political race. We need real change.
We All Matter!
This Is How We Should See Justice!
Thanks for reading.
This is something I have started listening to. It is long and I haven’t finished yet.
(I am a perpetual student, so I am sure I will)
Thank you for taking the time to read and for sharing this article with those that are ready to listen.
Best of Luck Always