WHAT IS GOOD?
Good is that which affirms the human and confirms the world; that which affirms humanity as that which confirms the world.
Good is that which affirms permanence through culture (memory, education and creation from that which is already created).
Good is that which affirms the possibility of the eternal through a perpetual uncovering and confirmation of the Universe.
WHAT IS EVIL?
Evil is that which negates the human and denies the world. All nationalisms and tribalism are evil when they are too chauvinistic and lose sight of humanity as a whole. Religions are evil when they deny the certainty of life on Earth in favour of the dreamy imaginings of an afterlife.
Evil is that which tramples on traditions and cultures and eradicates collective memories from the fabric of civilisation in order to create a certain limited kind of memory.
Evil is that which denies any possibility of the eternal and by so doing undermining teleological purposiveness.
WHAT IS HAPPINESS?
Happiness is the feelings generated by purposiveness.
WHAT IS HUMANITY’S PURPOSE?
Humanity is the Universe’s guarantee of existence and permanence as that which can confirm it.
Humanity makes this guarantee through its curiosity and its will to uncover existence. Also, through its capability of understanding the abstract as well as the concrete and its power of imagination that can also be adapted to the task of uncovering.