The doctrine that reconciles all differences in religion, culture or tribal affiliation is the theory of true human rights. These rights are universal, objective (like arithmetic or theoretical science) and apparent to all who study them.
Consider this analogy- two drivers on the public road have a dispute over the placement and direction of their vehicles. Regardless of their religion, culture or tribe they can reach agreement if they can identify the rules of the road that apply to the situation and see who has the right of way. If everyone knows and accepts true human rights that code can have the same kind of effect in resolving conflicts.
Filed under: Comments to NGO's | March 20th, 2013