Doctoral Discourse: A Poetic Reflection on Human Rights
An autobiographical literary arts reflection that is motivated by a desire to emphasise the importance of human rights in the modern world, where in the complete absence of the recognition and respect of a variety of spiritual influences to human life and livelihood, adverse incentives, moral corruption and even sheer ill-will have the potential to destroy lives and livelihoods, especially in a premeditated manner within rather common environments that are considered educated and civilised, and thus relatively safe, whilst being entirely incapable of protecting humans, especially most innocent individuals, against occult influences and related detrimental mystical dynamics actively present against human life and pure goodness in this world.
- Publication Date
- Sep 6, 2017
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- By (author): Ái (皚)