Understanding Laws And Concepts

The laws and concepts of the century guided the civilization of that century. Laws and concepts govern the principles and ideologies that can influence the operational dynamics of a century, human progress, social development, and revolution.

The laws and concepts emphasized by a century define and determine the operational dynamics of this century, human and social operations about the demands of life in almost all fields. In the absence of hypothetical laws and concepts, mankind is forced to behave like blind horses, without governing principles and ideologies to guide its functions.

Law: I define law as a principle that emphasizes or defines the defining operational dynamics of a century, human and social progress, and demand-side action.

Human Law: These are established principles or standards created by humans to govern individual behavior and to determine the operational dynamics of an organization, society, nation, or world. In an environment, human law can take the form of rules and regulations. In a society or nation, human law can take the form of a constitution, statute, or government legal opinion.

Natural Laws: These are the forces acting in nature that determine the dynamics of the operation of the universe about the demands of the earth. Natural laws are also known as universal laws, i.e. Law of gravity.

Divine Law: This is the absolute principle that governs existence and determines the flow of life, making the consequences of “cause and effect” binding. Divine law is constant and remains unchanging over time. Any attempt by a man to ignore them is bound to have dire consequences.

Social Law: These are principles that emphasize the operational dynamics that define a century in terms of human progress and action, social development, and revolution. Social law determines the operational dynamics of a century, human operations, productivity, progress, and influences the development of society in all fields.