Wouldn’t it be Beautiful?

Wouldn’t it be beautiful if all human beings had the right to be happy and lead a dignified life just because they were born?

Wouldn’t it be beautiful if all human beings had all their basic needs covered, just because they were born?

Wouldn’t it be beautiful if all human beings were really equal and given truly equal opportunities, just because they were born?

Wouldn’t it be beautiful if all human beings enjoyed a life of peace, just because they were born?All human beings would have some basic dwellings and basic food to eat. They would all have access to basic health services. Education would be completely free. Those wishing for more would work and earn their improvements. If anybody wanted a better house, they could work for it. If they wanted riches and wealth, they could earn them. But nobody would starve to death. Nobody would die of thirst. No human being would lack basic health assistance.

Wouldn’t that be a beautiful world? Wouldn’t it beautiful if all human beings deserved to be respected just because they were born?

Being born is a miracle in itself. When a human being is born, millions of things have had to happen for that person to be the one he or she is. Being born should therefore be proof enough that that human being deserves happiness and a dignified life.

Our world has more than enough to supply everything needed to cover all our basic needs. We just need to choose to do so.

I think it’s time to take humanity to the next level. It’s time for human beings to strengthen their species and take the next step in their cultural development. It’s time for revolution. Humanity needs a spiritual revolution that truly takes human beings into their next level of growth and maturity; a level in which they truly care for one another as brother and sister in a world that belongs to them all. It’s time to evolve as an advanced, thinking species.

Yes, it would definitely be beautiful, wouldn’t it?

Enjoy life, ALL of it,

Jessica J. Lockhart – humanology – www.jessicajlockhart.com

Jessica J. Lockhart is a humanologist, author of 4 books and renowned international speaker. Follow her here: