In recognition of Nature's God (One God) is the foundation of freedom, justice, and peace in the world, and whereas the disregard and contempt for ecological justice have resulted in divide & conquer, economic/debt/wage slavery, wars, and climate change; WE THE ECOLOGICAL CITIZENS proclaim The Universal Declaration of Earth Jurisprudence as a common standard of tolerance and achievement for all peoples and all nations, TO THE END that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote moral universalism, spiritual naturalism, and environmentalism and by progressive measures; national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the ecological citizens and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction.

(plan of salvation - what is it?)

When a group of them said, ‘Why do you advise a people whom Nature's God will destroy or punish with a severe punishment (of climate change and mass extinctions)?’ They replied: "To clear ourselves of blame before your Lord (for destroying and kills all life on Earth), and that they may fear Nature's God. (Q7:164)

The Hanif's Worldview

A worldview is the fundamental cognitive orientation of an individual or society encompassing the whole of the individual's or society's knowledge and point of view. It is a set of assumptions, beliefs, and interpreted experiences that informs and influences attitudes and how we understand reality. It have profound influence on our choices, decisions, and actions on every level of our lives, whether or not we are aware of those core beliefs and perceptions.

Premise 1: Validity (worldview from the Law of Nature)
Premise 2: Truth (worldview from a Natural Person)
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Argument: Soundness (worldview from the Natural Society / Natural Law)
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Worldviews are in some ways like arguments, and ever argument starts with a premise, and every premise starts from a self-evident axiom;  ie. statement that is taken to be true, to serve as a premise or starting point for further reasoning and arguments on the issues:
  1. Who Am I?
  2. Why Am I Here?
  3. Where Am I Going? 

Ḥanīf (Arabic: حنيف‎, Ḥanīf; plural: حنفاء, ḥunafā') meaning "revert" refers to one who, according to Islamic belief, maintained the pure monotheism of the patriarch Abraham. More specifically, in Islamic thought, they are the people who, during the pre-Islamic period or Jahiliyyah, were seen to have rejected idolatry and retained some or all of the tenets of the religion of Abraham (إبراهيم, Ibrāhīm) which was "submission to (Nature's) God" in its purest form.

Hanif's Worldview
  1. Animism worldview (no god, but Nature's God)
  2. Religious naturalism worldview (no religion, but all Truths is God's Truth)
  3. Environmentalism worldview (self-preservation of natural order is the first Law of Nature)
Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he's destroying is this God he's worshiping.”

The biggest problem in life: Different kinds of Rights (What is Law?)

There is not a creature in the Earth, or a bird that fly's with its wings, but are nations (with Rights) like you. We did not leave anything out of the record; then to their Lord they will be gathered. (Q6:38)

.The definition of Law from different scholars