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If you listen to the pundits and prognosticators, the world is poised on the edge of a knife:

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And what do all these doomsday scenarios have in common?  Us. They are all manmade problems that have escalated with the speed of a bullet over the last 100 hundred years. So now the question is, “What are we going to do about it to survive?”

Lyle Benjamin, Executive Director of the non-profit educational organization, 16 Things Kids Can Do, believes he has the answer:  Us.  People.  Not governments acting nationalistic. Not corporations out for short term profits. But people. The same people who are often divided by nationality, language, religion, race, gender and economics.

Benjamin is calling for a Karma Constitution. One that seeks to unite people from all over the world, acting for a common cause, with a common spirit: The survival of the planet.

Key Dates in Civilization
10,000 BCE
1917 CE
2017 CE

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The Karma Constitution

Article I.

We the Children of the World Unite as One People in Order to Preserve, Protect, Nurture and Grow the Health of Our Planet and Our Global Community; and, do ordain and establish this Karma Constitution for All.

Section 1.
The Karma Club is hereby designated as the Global Organization for Supporters of the Karma Constitution.

Section 2.
Joining the Karma Club is, and always will be, free and open to all the Children of the World regardless of race, color, gender, age, culture, social, economic, political condition or religious ideas.  Supporters of the Karma Constitution who join the Karma Club are initially referred to as Members; e.g., Members of the Human Race.

Section 3.
Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to make the following PAK Pledge: “I hereby make a PAK to treat others with respect & kindness and to go through life from this day forward acting towards others as I would wish to be treated myself.”

Section 4.
Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to distribute their PAK Pledges through Social Media for all the world to see.

 

Article II.

Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to perform four different types of activities during the course of each month. Members that perform the requisite number of actions in all four activities can level up to the next Karmic level.

Section 1.
Action:  Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to take action for the benefit of their family, friends, co-workers and community by completing and sharing their finished Planned Acts of Kindness on a daily basis.

Section 2.
Outreach:  Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to inspire others to take action by having them join the Karma Club and take the PAK Pledge.

Section 3.
Volunteering:  Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to show their commitment to the Bettering the World by Volunteering and taking part in “16 Things Kids’ Can Do” programs around the world.

Section 4.
Support:  Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to Support “16 Things Kids’ Can Do” outreach programs by securing donations, sponsorships and grants.

 

Article III.

Section 1.
The Executive Power shall be vested in an Executive Director of the Karma Club, who shall be one and the same individual as the President of 16 Things Kids Can Do, Inc.

Section 2.
The Executive Director shall have the duty and responsibility to appoint the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, etc. of each Karma Club around the World.

Section 3.
All Karma Club Officials shall serve at the discretion of the Executive Director.

Article IV.

Section 1.
Anyone who is a member of the Karma Club can be nominated for “Person of the Week.”

Section 2.
Only Members of the Karma Club can nominate another member for “Person of the Week.”

Section 3.
The final selection for the “Person of the Week” shall reside with the Executive Director.

Article V.

Section 1.
Anyone who is a member of the Karma Club can nominate a subject for the “Cause of the Month.”

Section 2.
Only Members of the Karma Club can vote on their choice for the “Cause of the Month.”

Section 3.
The final selection for the “Cause of the Month” shall reside with the Executive Director.

Article VI.

Section 1.
Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to build connections with others in the Global Community to further the mission and vision of the Karma Club, Planned Acts of Kindness, and 16 Things Kids Can Do, Inc.

Section 2.
Members of the Karma Club are encouraged to submit new ideas and proposals with the objective of furthering the mission and vision of the Karma Club, Planned Acts of Kindness, and 16 Things Kids Can Do, Inc.


Article VII.

This Constitution, and the Principles contained herein shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the Children of the World, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Members in every Community shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or Laws of any Nation to the Contrary notwithstanding.

Done by the Unanimous Consent of the Members present the first Day of July in the Year of our Lord two thousand and seventeen hundred in Witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our Names:

Thank you!

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