We promote one simple fundamental principle:

The Live and Let Live Principle

Our one Principle contains two sub-parts or sub-principles. The end goal? To separate our own personal morality from the law for the purpose of achieving global peace.

One Principle, two parts:

Part One – To “Live”

This means you are in charge of your life. You get to define and pursue your own happiness; you get to decide how to live your life on your own terms. You should be solely in charge of your body, all your peacefully acquired property and money, and all your time. Stated simply, you are in charge of you. You own your life!

That said, the Live and Let Live Movement intentionally seeks to inspire you to be the best version of yourself you can be. We urge you to stop for a moment and reflect on the good and the not so good about your existence on this planet. We challenge you to bring a new and best possible version of yourself to the planet.

Bring that best version, not for us, not for the rest, but for you! You are in charge of your happiness. Own it! You are in charge of your own mind, body, property, and time. Own yourself and everything that implies.

The Live and Let Live Movement seeks to inspire all people to simply be good humans. While we may disagree about some aspects of being a good human, most people have a general idea of the concept. We embrace and promote the aspirational values that will take your life to the next level.

We refer to this effort to inspire others to voluntarily be good humans as, “The Live and Let Live Moral Principle.” To “be a good human” means to accept and promote certain aspirational values.

The aspirational values we promote are as follows:
  • Open-mindedness
  • Tolerance
  • Voluntary kindness
  • Civility
  • A commitment to honesty, truth, and facts
  • Rational thought
  • Building high levels of trust with others
  • Justice

We promote these aspirational values because we seek to optimize human happiness and wellbeing while also reducing all suffering. Indeed, this is the overall goal of the moral principle.

If more people voluntarily adopt these aspirational values, we will improve our chances of achieving global peace.

Let’s challenge ourselves to be happier, healthier, and more ethical people. Let’s also seek to make the lives of those around us less complicated and more fulfilling.

We seek to empower YOU to be in charge of your decisions, actions, and outcomes.