The Three Principles

At the heart of all religions (symbolised by the rose) are the same Eternal Truths. When applied to social, political, and spiritual needs they can be summarised as:

The Unity and Sanctity of Life
Science has shown that the extinction of any plant, or animal species, affects all Life. We acknowledge the symbiotic relationship of all life froms and work in harmony with it, by supporting conservation, organic farming, alternative medicine & lifestyles and rejecting consumerism and its wastage, and damage of natural resources; taking life only to sustain it: i.e., for food, to prevent disease, or genocide, and not for pleasure, social convenience, commerce or nationalism.

 
The Oneness of the Human Family
We have a mutual responsibility for the well-being of all who share this planet, regardless of gender, nationality, or ethnic group – including the indigenous peoples. Treating all with dignity and not accepting that any group has an inherent right to a greater share of its resources; we reject paternalism, positive discrimination, and other subtle forms of racism, by respecting, rather than eroding differences.

 

The Common Basis of Religion
All persons have a spiritual capacity, and the different religions express culturally, a universal endeavour to communicate with the Infinite- however it may or may not be defined. Not that all religions are true, but they have a common core, so we seek to find what is common between us, so as to enrich and deepen that experience. Members consist of Jews, Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Taoists, and persons from tribal religions, who have seen the necessity of working together for our planet’s survival, on the basis of these 3 Universal Principles.