THE TRUTH ABOUT COEXISTENCE***


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 Coexistence: n. existing peacefully together

It is possible for religions to live side by side in a nation if they don’t coerce their members to believe or obey religious practices with laws that don’t run counter to the constitutional laws of a country.

There is such a thing as national economic coercion which uses money as a means of controlling the life of citizens with evictions, fines, and taxes backed up with physical coercion and possible jail if economic laws are not followed.

Nations can coexist together if they don’t practice coercion on one another.

Money is power to change the world and govern it to some extent and coexistence is sometimes hard between nations which feel economically enslaved by the richer nations.

What the nations of the world really need to coexist peacefully is a secular moral code to follow which is- except in emergency situations- don’t destroy biodiversity, don’t lie, don’t be inefficient, don’t steal, don’t commit adultery if married, and don’t murder.

It is not just enough for humans to have this morality in their interactions with one another but it is also important for political leaders to practice this secular moral code among themselves for true peaceful coexistence between nations.

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