A Universal Way of Life for the 2000s
Cruelty is always harmful.
Cruelty is harm done consciously.
Cruelty is the effect of harm done.
Cruelty is motivated by a spectrum of bad values.
"Me first", greed, envy and hate give rise to cruelty.
Tolerance, democracy and helpfulness overcome cruelty.
Retaliation stokes cruelty.
Cruelty can be overcome by separation from its source.
Cruelty can be overcome by challenging its source.
Cruelty can be overcome by pointing to its sources.
Overcoming cruelty is a principal task of decency.
Anyone can help overcome cruelty.
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