For the dignified one suffers, for the great one sacrifices, and for the Godlike one resurrects!

Freedom is an idea of godlikeness!

The Universal Charter for the Protection of Human Rights is a stolen joy from humanity’s conscience— an expression against a cruelty unparalleled in history before, and a boundless longing in the human soul for peace, prosperity, and freedom.

It is undoubtedly an achievement, but also a political act of the duel between the two systems which have shared the world. One system protected the personality in its entirety, but in its commercial tendency; the other supported the idea of collective consciousness— destroying personality in a collective grave. Proponents of the thesis of defending collective givenness do not give way to the individual, because he knows to think and therefore can destroy. Others protect the person, but only in accordance with the official ethics of religions. But either way, they all defend only the body in which, allegedly, there is some kind of a thinking apparatus.

Professed religions give sufficient reason to protect something else besides the body. This is clearly said by Christ: Do not fear those who kill the body, but fear that your soul will not be killed (see Matt. 10:28). Here is the great secret! Now a man is protected not to be killed, but no one guarantees that his soul will not be destroyed! A problem that has not been raised at all to look for which elements kill the soul.

The Charter of Human Rights does not satisfy only the Christian consciousness. It is also necessary and applicable to the other religions which have a different dimension in human-soul doctrine. And where did Nietzsche’s thesis remain that there is a bridge between an overman (Uebetmesch) and an animal, called a man? What substance inside us is overman and what is done about its protection?!

We all know the tale of the bear, which is wounded but also insulted when it is told that its breath disgustingly smells. The wound heals after a while, but the bad word remains... Since such a tale can be created with an assessment of spiritual values compared to physiology, it is possible to provide for the protection of the soul integrity of the spiritual beginning of mankind!

People turned the magic carpet into a rocket to go to the moon, but they still deny the magic carpet in man. Back in the day, the idea of flying was seen as a fantasy, like mythology, but we have already made it a reality! Now we cannot accept our soul-being as objectivity, but in the third millennium it will have life. Man stands as a target in the life path of history, and undoubtedly a Day for the Protection of his rights is born as a necessity of the applied will and the thought that man is a god-perceivable necessity, that he is a god in development.

There is no bolder audacity in the idea of freedom than what Christ gives as a right of man with the idea of equality and forgiveness—to be not only co-godlike, but overman-like as well. Freedom as an idea of equality has been carried for all millennia and begins with the first religious thrills - with the birth of prayer between man and God. The essence of the Universal Charter of Human Rights is so ancient that if we go back five thousand years, we will find it in the Hindu religion in the words of Krishna, who says that for love he gives his life. (Sándor Petőfi then repeated it.) Then Buddha, Jesus' predecessor, fought against castes (though he did not defeat them), and Moses put what we now accept with such protection and reverence— human rights! (Is Moses' law "Don't kill!" — not a right to life?!) In the historical memory of mankind and before the Ten Commandments there are similar manifestations of protection— the Acadian tables of destiny, the Twelve Tables of Rome. In fact, the legal doctrine of the Ten Commandments was taken from the laws of Hammurabi.

And then, when the Charter already exists, discrimination in America marched and Martin Luther King was assassinated. It is offensive that we turn a blind eye to such crimes, and we flatter ourselves when we are thrown some toys. These are not freedoms!

Then where is the threshold of joy that we have rights to freedom as well as the right to life? Life is invincible – all else is shadows of obsolete actualities! Therefore, the idea of immortality remains, because the idea of Life is indisputable. And this is the source, this is also the applied reality that man is! Therefore, every present must create and guarantee a being that provides man with the right to life and work— protection from humiliation, poverty, and hunger — to preserve the right to imagination, because imagination is freedom as an idea of creativity.

  • Man is the being, and freedom is right of the Spirit to pour out Itself in all its endowments!

Creativity creates religion, and culture, and art. And along with faith givenness the legal formula Ecce Homo! is defined. There are two poles in world history and European culture— the Baptism, when God the Father says, "This is my Beloved Son, in whom I am pleased" (Matthew 3:17), and the Court, when Pilate, who has to judge Godhead, says, "Behold the Man!. In this space the culture of mankind has been developing for the last two thousand years. During this period there are inquisition and indulgences – destructive enough. But there is something no less murderous that still stands – the anathema. Religious institutions use this from nothing interrupted violent measure against the soul of man.

  • Anathema is a religious punishment which destroys human spirituality!

In Article 189 of the Statute of the Church it is accepted*, and the Apostle Paul also says that he who does not share or does not want to accept Christ, must be anathemized. And anathema is a curse on the soul and spiritual nature of man. This is not the same as to put a branding scar, as at the respective councils are punished either Bogomils or other heretics. That scar you cannot see is much terrible. This is reminiscent of the cruelty of ordering the slaughter of 14,000 children out of fear for power or Rachel's incessant cry that some kind of slavery takes away her children. And the slavery of the soul?

Anathema is a curse with excommunication. Then where is the excommunicated man's wharf? The Charter gives rights to the most elementary wakefulness, and where is the soul's right not to be tainted, not to be stigmatized with a curse and socially isolated?! Indeed, there are no councils now in which entire heretical groups are stigmatized, but every individual with the affront that his soul is cursed, is an ingredient of the historical spirit. Everyone is a part of the national integrity and the historical way of one people. So it is not just about insult, it is about responsibility to that invisible, which is more real than anything, because in the next reincarnation this soul returns to historical life. It comes jagged and the integrity of the national path is violated, because in it the personal way is already in-weaved as a humiliated state of man.

Moreover, the term "enemy" has been cut into the social field to date. And Christ reveals a whole philosophy. He says, Love your enemy! He does not say, "Love your neighbour," as has always been said - because what is the use of loving only your brother? Or what is the use of loving the Lord you do not see, but hating your brother and making him your enemy?!

Civil rights guarantee freedom of speech, but not protection from the insult of official institutions that call their adversary "enemy." The adversary is a side with which things are contested, but the enemy is something completely different.

  • Enemy is a stigma on personal soul!

What are the reasons for all these negations? Have the years of maturity been missed? No, there is a lack of insight that man is more than one body in which he has a brain to think. And the brain does not think, it only receives. And when greatness lacks, these terrible concepts are used: anathema and enemy. Negation should not be impregnated, but the pith of maleficence should be taken out instead, for the gracious table of forgiveness to remain.

Man must live out the duel between good and evil. And stigmatizing someone stops their ability to go through, to evolve evil into good. Thus, in fact is hindered the awakening of the Spirit in man, fulfilling himself as godlikeness.

Unfortunately, in the soul of man, God is difficult to protect. Religious consciousness is protected from insult, but not God. This is the other ridiculousness that exists and from which an empowered atheism calmly takes advantage. Our Constitution affirmed the right to atheist, but not theistic propaganda. And in the current Constitution, there is poverty on this issue. The church is allowed, it is even traditional, but its right to propaganda is still to be restored. And it, as an institution, can reclaim it.

We do not have a child protection law yet. And Christ says, Let the children go to me, for their souls look upon the angels...

 Very sugary are all tendencies that do not have the insight of god-inspirations and revelations. There is something offensive about one day being given to remind of the protection of human rights without an inner prayer being given to protect his soul. For thousands of centuries, battles have been fought for human freedom (often full of atrocities), but there has not yet been a battle for god's freedom in man!

My first position, with which I want to go out on the field for this fight, my first defense is:

  • The Charter of Human Rights should include a case for the soul: the soul not to be anesthetized by any religion and to exempt civil law from the word "enemy".

In view of our entering a new millennium, I plead to provide for these rights and to find a wharf with the relevant case. Because where is the conscience of the human race?! Man is responsible for his deeds before his conscience, that is, before his Creator, whom some call "nature" – and rob it, others call God – and desecrate Him...

Undoubtedly, the Charter of Human Rights is a great dignity, but it should be known that when the United Nations legalized these rights on 10 December 1948, they already exist in the Bulgarian history. Our Tangrism** did not allow slavery and according to the Tarnovo Constitution every slave, regardless of their gender, faith, and nationality, becomes free once they set foot on Bulgarian territory! And Levski says, The time to help is now, after the beginning of the general uprising, we shall need no one's help. He also says something that is very edifying: When I liberate my people, I will go to fight for the freedom of others.  Once we have certainty about our personal freedom, we can give it to others!

The idea of freedom is a winged bird that, like a phoenix, will be burned, and it will rise again. Jesus Christ says, Only the Truth shall make you free!, and freedom is the only thing that can make man co-godlike – only freedom can give birth to gods! I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life! The Life is a co-presence in Godlikeness!

In the history of mankind, for the ordinary one works, for the dignified one suffers, for the great one sacrifices, and for the Godlike one resurrects! Let freedom rise, let it descend upon us like the Holy Pentecost!

 

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* Refers to the Bulgarian Orthodox Church Statute

** Tangrism the Bulgarian pagan belief

 

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