Understand Laws and Concepts
A century’s laws and principles guide the century’s society. Laws and definitions control values and philosophies which can shape a century’s organizational dynamics, human advancement, social change, and revolution. click to read more
The underlined laws and concepts of a century decide and define the operational dynamics of that century, human and societal operations with respect to the demands of life in virtually every region. In the absence of abstract rules and ideas, society is forced to act as blind horses without directing its operation by regulating values and ideologies.
Laws: I describe laws as concepts that underline or characterize a century’s governing operational conditions, human and societal development and demand-related activity. The Nation Builders Institute’s Professor Mbuya Divine defines laws as big paths with profound consequences.AshuSolange; a student at the Nation Builders Institute defines laws as basic values that regulate life.
Laws set human and social operations in a nut-shell. Four types of laws exist; political, economic, Divine, and social.
Human laws: These are rules or stipulated norms that are made by men to govern individual behavior and to decide the operational nature of a system, community, country or planet. Human laws can come in the form of rules and regulations in a setup. While in a society or country, human laws can take the form of government constitutions, laws, or judicial opinions.
Natural laws: These are forces operating in nature which determine the universe’s operational dynamics in relation to the demands of the earth. Natural laws are also known as universal laws, e.g. the gravitational law.
Divine Laws: These are universal laws that control nature and decide the course of life, making the effects of ’cause and effect’ inevitable.
Divine rules are constant, and over time, they remain unchangeable. Any effort by men to disregard them must have dire consequences. One of the distinctions between human laws and natural laws from Divine laws is that, with respect to time and development in human civilization, both human and natural laws can be changed while Divine laws are unchangeable. In every generation they’re constants and absolutes.
Social laws: These are rules that underline a century’s guiding organizational dynamics regarding human development and activity, social evolutions, and revolutions. Social laws decide a century’s organizational dynamics, human activities, efficiency, growth, and all realms affect societal development. Principles are main demands for constructive change. We are places for happenings in life.
Concepts: These are knowledge bodies or philosophies that can affect a century’s governing operational processes, human progress, social change, and revolution.
Concepts form the foundation of the human mentality, ideas, and conceptions that define every generation’s civilization.
Concepts in its characteristics are political. Within one century, they describe human operations, human progress, social change and revolution. There are ideas that are both negative and positive.
Negative concepts: These are philosophies and conceptions of humanism founded on selfishness and inhumanity. Individuals and cultures that perpetuate negative ideas are those that are either marked by undemocratic, autocratic political systems or theological and sectarian extremes. Such negative ideas include terrorism, communism, Nazism, anti-Semitism, ethnic cleansing, and so on. Negative ideas never helped further the cause of human dignity and civilisation. They encouraged inhumanity, brutality and all manner of degradation.
Positive concepts: These are content and knowledge or philosophies that are positively motivated and able to improve human character, interest, service, efficiency and affect social evolution and revolution. Positive ideas are results of regeneration and intellectual enlightenment. Great civilizations owe their breakthroughs to constructive ideas that were creations of regenerated and enlightened minds.