Total Nested Hierarchy of Values

See also Values.

To harmonize ourselves with One, One Another, and All, we pledge to do our best to honor and uphold our shared universal values.

At various levels of detail and abstraction, these can be described in the English language using Word Tools such:

One Word

Five Words

The Universal Field of Values

All values can be derived from the One Meta Value.

The Total Nested Hierarchy of Values results in a Total Nested Hierarchy of Goals, that emerge in response to a Total Nested Hierarchy of Issues.

See also Value.

  1. Relationship between values: It's essential to recognize the interrelated nature of these values. While they can be distinguished as individual concepts, they must work in synergy to create a cohesive framework and field of values that guides the actions and decisions of individuals and communities.

  2. Contextual relevance: Different values may hold varying degrees of importance and relevance depending on the specific context or situation. Recognizing the need for adaptability and flexibility in applying these values is crucial for effectively navigating diverse challenges and opportunities.

  3. Cultural diversity: While this list represents a universal field of values, it's important to remember that individual cultures may place unique emphasis on certain values or interpret or express them differently. Embracing this diversity and fostering cross-cultural dialogue and understanding can enrich and strengthen our understanding and expression of our shared universal values.

  4. Personal integration: It's important for individuals to reflect on these values and consider how they can integrate them into their personal lives, as well as contribute to their communities and the broader global context.

  5. Dynamic and evolving yet eternal nature: As societies, communities, and individuals evolve, so do their understanding and expression of eternal and universal values. Recognizing and embracing the dynamic and evolving nature of values is essential for fostering growth, learning, and transformation.

On Power

Various lists of Universal Values also often contain references to power.

In the Lionsberg System, power is not viewed as a value or goal in and of itself, but rather as neutral and subordinate tool or potential must be cultivated developed wisely and as only as necessary to produce Throughput of The Goal.

Power must always be developed and exercised judiciously in service of, and not over others.

Power may never be used violate the Free Will of others in their Domain Of Responsibility And Authority.

See Integration And Alignment Of Resources And Power.