The Heinzist Way

The Heinzist Way

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Remain True to Spirit, Others, and Yourself by:

Loving One Another

Harming None - Doing That Which is Right - (Following the golden rule)

Honoring the Rights of All things and Beings

Agreeing to Disagree

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Deeper Description of The Heinzist Way:

Remain True to Spirit, Others, and Yourself by:

Remain Honest, Honesty is very important to the Heinzist way.

Loving One Another

Love one another, do not have prejudices, Everyone deserves love at first

until proven otherwise. Then instead of hating them. Just avoid them.

Remember do not hate the person behind the actions.

Harming None (Following the golden rule)

Be Respect, Do the Right thing, do not cause uneeded harm to anything.

(This does not mean abstaining from eating meat. As we believe anything can

be eaten in a healthy moderation.)

Honoring the Rights of All things and Beings

Be Respectful and Honor Everything and Everyone.

This does not mean when confronted with disrespect you can not mirror their actions. You May do this but only to show the person how they are behaving or to change it around by turning it into humor. You may not do this with the intent to disrespect to person back, make a situation worse, or to inflame the fight. You may not turn this mirroring into a disrespectful mocking either.

Agreeing to Disagree

This principle is the hardest to follow.. and also the one mostly questions. Agreed to Disagree.. to Live in Unity. Do not force your values, opinions, or political, culture, or ethnic or personal view on anyone. Share where you are coming from. Explain why you are upset when someone does something that does not live by the same value code. You can try to talk, or debate with them about it to try to make them understand or see your way. But Do Not and Never force them to do so.. and agree to disagree.

Many Scriptures say a version of .. You Go your way, and I'll go mine.

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