Neo-Humanism is a lesser known religion/philosophy created by two individuals known to me only as The Philosopher and Jeydehn.
The main rules are as follows:
1.) Do not impose your culture and ways on others, but if they so seek your knowledge, you are obliged to teach them.
2.) Perception is everything.
3.)The only good is kindness, the only evil is hurt.
4.) Good exists only because of its contrast from evil. Evil exidyd only because of its contrast from good.
5.) Killing in the name of your god is the highest sin.
6.) There is enough wrong in this world without you being here. Strive to make a positive influence.
7.) "I think therefore I am"- this saying explains that anything which thinks exists. But does everything that exists think?
8.) Religion is philosophy on drugs.
9.) Every number is equal to One, Zero, and Infinity.
10.) Death is the worst thing that this world has to offer you; every other fear is an illusion. Once you have mastered the fear of death, you have mastered life.
11.) Magik, prayer, and meditation are one in the same.
12.) Earth is but one of the few bubbles of life in the black seas of infinity. We were not destined to travel far- and yet it is are primal instinct to do so.
13.) Both your brain and heart hold your inner truth. Follow them.
“All molecules, atoms, electrons, protons, positrons and neutrons are the veritable expressions of pure consciousness. Those who remember this reality, who keep this realization ever alive in their hearts, are said to have attained perfection in life … When the underlying spirit of humanism is extended to everything, animate and inanimate, in this universe – I have designated this as neo-humanism. This neo-humanism will elevate humanism to universalism, the cult of love for all created beings of this universe”
(The Liberation of Intellect – Neo-Humanism, AM Publications, Kolkata 1982).
Neo-Humanism is the spirit of benevolence. To teach love one must embody it. To embody love one must see all as divine. To see all as divine one must practice methods of contemplation and inner reflection. Only then will one embody the true spirit of universal outlook in their thoughts and actions.