Tenth Axiom Given in the New Book: ETHICS of the Divine Economy.

This axiom of the ethics of the divine economy is one that has been systematically and purposefully removed from the human psyche. Because of the deliberate pushing of it into obscurity the concept of a divine economy now falls upon ears that are deaf, or minds that are trained to disregard, or hearts in which it can only register if it is perceived as fitting into some kind of doctrine.

As a preparation for the ensuing discussion walk through the first nine axioms to arrive at the tenth axiom:

The first axiom is: Humans carry their thoughts into the realm of action.

The second axiom is: Being a seeker after truth is part of the human operating system.

The third axiom is: The definition of praxeology used in the divine economy theory is ‘purposeful action by spiritual beings’ and it is interwoven with ethics.

The fourth axiom is: Every human being decides what is best for himself (herself) and this decision is referred to as ‘subjective’ rather than as ‘selfish’ (a term which has too many biases associated with it).

The fifth axiom is: What catches the attention of human beings is the appearance of the names and attributes of God.

The sixth axiom is: The content of our actions is the conveyance of the names and attributes of God.

The seventh axiom is: Humans are interested in the science and the art of existence.

The eighth axiom is: Our human limit is the point where a higher kingdom is reached, one that is incomprehensible to the lower kingdom.

The ninth axiom is: The Word of God extends our knowledge of spiritual concepts.

The tenth axiom is: The first and foremost ethic for the divine economy is trust in God.

Trust in God comes from the realization that God created human beings in His Image and that all things in creation are reflections of God.

Humans are in the process of refinement and of gaining perfection and the world that we live in is a part of that process. One 'institution' that is part of our human reality in this world is the economy. The economy functions like language, conveying information amongst ourselves. The economy is like a language that is dynamic since it improves as it is used.

It is unthinkable to imagine humans at this stage in their development, as individuals or as a civilization, without language or without an economy.

However, this language aspect of the economy is quite unique. It is, of course, a way for the conveyance of information vital to human affairs but it is more than that. The economy serves as the matrix where humans learn about value and align with value, that is, align with the Will of God. Since humans are 'created in His Image' the economy represents the expression of the divinity within each human being.

And since humans are, for all intents and purposes, infinitely complex no one can be said to understand the economy with all its infinte repercussions, save God. And we know that God loves us and guides us so we have only one option if we understand the beauty of equilibrium - and that is trust in God.