The Gádian Church
Life education could help in this great spiritual renaissance if it would pay more attention to the work of teaching youth how to engage in life planning and character progression.
Confusion, being puzzled, even sometimes discouraged and distracted, does not necessarily signify resistance to the leadings of the indwelling Adjuster. Such attitudes may sometimes connote lack of active co-operation with the divine Monitor and may, therefore, somewhat delay spiritual progress, but such intellectual emotional difficulties do not in the least interfere with the certain survival of the God-knowing soul. Ignorance alone can never prevent survival; neither can confusional doubts nor fearful uncertainty. Only conscious resistance to the Adjuster's leading can prevent the survival of the evolving immortal soul.
You must not regard co-operation with your Adjuster as a particularly conscious process, for it is not; but your motives and your decisions, your faithful determinations and your supreme desires, do constitute real and effective co-operation. You can consciously augment Adjuster harmony by:
1. Choosing to respond to divine leading; sincerely basing the human life on the highest consciousness of truth, beauty, and goodness, and then co-ordinating these qualities of divinity through wisdom, worship, faith, and love.
2. Loving God and desiring to be like him--genuine recognition of the divine fatherhood and loving worship of the heavenly Parent.
3. Loving man and sincerely desiring to serve him--wholehearted recognition of the brotherhood of man coupled with an intelligent and wise affection for each of your fellow mortals.
4. Joyful acceptance of cosmic citizenship--honest recognition of your progressive obligations to the Supreme Being, awareness of the interdependence of evolutionary man and evolving Deity. This is the birth of cosmic morality and the dawning realization of universal duty.
Many countries have similar heritage and culture, often sharing in common rituals and ceremonies that mark the seasons and special events, such as birth, naming, wedding, and funerals. Certain laws or social acts were held in common, language shared with other nations as trade amongst nations became more common. An event occurred that created a new way of life, the merchants, men/women of independent means lived outside the social norms, they chose not to accept anyone country as home. They were known by their place of birth, but followed the merchant’s code of conduct.
The merchants code of conduct states “The most effective form of discipline is self-discipline, which in turn springs from a responsible attitude to the job, whatever it may be, and concern for the efficient operation of the ship and for the comfort and convenience of fellow crew members”.
This unified civil code of conduct had it origins back in Atlantis as mentioned earlier and still continues today.