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

Guess what, relevance has everything to do with our human perspective! Tell me something of relevance that does not connect to the human perspective. Implied then in this definition of relevance is the significance of the human being!

Ponder the vastness of everything whether infinitely large or infinitely small and then again see that it has relevance to us, therefore it has relevance! We humans serve as a focal point and we represent a microcosm of what is significant.

Use these first eleven axioms as stepping stones to arrive at the twelfth.

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.

The eleventh axiom is: The ethics between the macro and the micro level is seamless.

The twelfth axiom is: Acquisition of virtues constitutes private property.

Returning to the concept of relevance and then blending it with the concept that each human being represents a microcosm, we now have what can be described metaphorically as a crystallization. Structurally it is real because it exists, and it functions as a bridge of the visible and the invisible.

That 'crystalline' structure is private property and it uniquely expresses those things that are relevant to the individual. Irresistably those 'things' that are relevant are those things that perfect the ability of the individual to make oneself a more perfect microcosm. Acquisition of 'things' is exactly that - acquisition. They become part of the metaphorical crystalline structure that defines that person.

In contrast, consider the effect of dismantling or of denying the formation of the structure. The effect is personal and negative. This contrast serves as a proof that all of these acquisitions are property rights.

It matters not whether the 'things' are material or ideal, physical or spiritual. Verily, we see that the acquisition of virtues is part of the process of development and there can be no doubt that they belong to the individual that acquired them.