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    This is the current draft of the Thriving Earth & People Treaty.
    Comments and suggestions are invited.



    Adapted from writings and celebratory gatherings from the Mid 20th Century onwards.

    Updated 11th Mar, 2015.

    Background to this Treaty

    This Thriving Earth and People Treaty has been signed in Celebratory Gathering in recognising a desire by attendees who have pledged to simultaneously:

    a) Live well together in a thriving world

    b) Follow Guiding Principles set out in this Treaty

    c) Support ALL people everywhere now and in the future to agree to do the same.

    It dreams of a time when all people and all life on earth live well together. The signatories agree to living this way now.

    Preamble (omitted, you can read the preamble at the link below)


    Guiding Principle 1.
    Signatories recognise and affirm that the wellness of earth and people is the Guiding Principle for all laws, and pledge the use of this Guiding Principle in all actions including any contributing to drafting, redrafting, repealing, or ratifying of all laws and regulations.

    Guiding Principle 2.
    In order to promote local regional and global co-operating, and to achieve peacefulness, balance and harmony, ecological quality and abundance, economic wellbeing, and social and political justice; and the love, equity, friendship, freedom, prosperity, and abundance that flows from these value priorities in wise action, We signatories undertake to:

    a) Respect and preserve the unalienable rights of all women, children, and men such as are recognised as inherent to the human condition, and support others to do the same.

    b) Recognise and protect unalienable rights by embracing this Treaty’s Guiding Principles in any contributing to drafting, redrafting, repealing, and ratifying any laws and regulations, as well as in conduct towards sustaining the wellness of earth. Examples of respecting and preserving unalienable rights are evolving as we continue to realise human potential.

    Guiding Principle 3.
    We Signatories will:

    a) Live for our fellow women, children and men in engaging in behaviours fostering the flow of love and peace in our lives together

    b) Show compassion and generosity towards all

    c) Support others when help is required

    d) Be honest in what we say and do, and

    e) Freely pass on transforming processes that work

    Guiding Principle 4.
    We Signatories will:

    a. recognise, support, and contribute towards the emergence of a new caring spirit within the social aspects of life throughout earth

    b. evolve new types of economic, political, and financial ways that:
    i. fosters people’s potential,

    ii. provides access to equity, and

    iii. respects people’s self-determination and unalienable rights
    towards more life, joy, and wellbeing in our living, and towards transformational consciousness raising - recognising that this has been extensively happening at the margins for ages.

    Guiding Principle 5.
    As co-creators of this Treaty we by our own freewill, undertake to live in accordance with the Treaty Guiding Principles and to support others to do the same.

    Guiding Principle 6.
    We signatories support the writing and signing of differing specific treaties towards redressing matters and reconciling those people involved in forming these other treaties.

    Guiding Principle 7.
    We signatories recognize (a) that there is diversity and difference between people and (b) that both profoundly enrich our individual, communal, and collective experience. We also recognize the emergence of a new paradigm of global wellness flourishing on earth. We agree to share successful processes that support this evolving new paradigm among all people who may use or adapt them for global, continental, regional or local contexts.

    Guiding Principle 8.
    We undertake to uphold the Treaty and always apply the Treaty Guiding Principles, and respect and preserve planet earth in all its richness towards safeguarding peace, harmony, abundance, and prosperity for future generations.

    The Signatories pledge themselves to co-operate and collaborate with one another to carry out promoting of universal respect for and observance of unalienable rights, and

    We signatories recognise, affirm, and agree to live by the above Guiding Principles:

    Signed at:


    By the following parties to this Treaty:

    (End of Treaty)

    Read the Preamble, the Treaty and several pages of background notes, here:

    Please share your thoughts, feelings and any suggestions.

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    Amenjo (10th July 2015), Bubu (10th July 2015), Lifebringer (10th July 2015), Mercedes (10th July 2015), Michelle Marie (10th July 2015), Nasu (10th July 2015), sandy (11th July 2015)

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    Thanks a lot but are we supposed to make treaty. Aren't we humans has the natural inclinations towards what you have mentioned above and that all we need to do is to remove those illusions and corruptions (and the corrupts) that is projected upon us.

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    No one is obliged to sign anything they don't agree with. I wish we could flip a switch and make all the bad things in the world disappear forever but reality isn't that simple. I see the Treaty as a transitional tool, to help us to rid the world of many problems which cannot be stopped as easily as flipping a switch or pressing the brake pedal in your car.

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