What Should A Constitution
Understanding the Foundation and Need For Constitutions.
History teaches Us, that in ancient times Cuneiform
writing was developed to keep a record of important information, that had
previously been the responsibility of Human Memory.
The "Urantia Book" teaches that, before written, or
recorded, history, writing was introduced to Humanity by Celestial Beings sent
by God, but that this process was interrupted by the "lucifer rebellion", about
five hundred thousand years ago.
Much could be speculated about the causes of the first
Cuneiform writing of Sumer. But it is enough for me to know that it was the
beginning of Human writing that eventually found its way from clay tablets to
velum and papyrus. From impressions, to the application of ink.
The first records to be inscribed, included agreements.
Contracts of mercantile and trade transactions and then agreements within the
processes of governance; decisions of law.
One of the intentions, of these records, was to maintain
Truth and accuracy of the information and another was to serve as a binding
reminder and source of information, of what was agreed.
City Building Humans tend to place "great store" on the
written word, while Peoples closer to Nature maintain the skills and practice
of the spoken word and memory work.
Constitutions are traditionally written documents of
agreement and commitment between Leaders and Followers, but it is plausible
that a constitution could be agreement and understanding of the relationships between
Many (majority) of a sovereign nation's "citizens", if they are their own
This writing is only the opening action, by one person of
many. It is important that this first effort, to begin to develop and
establish, the necessity for an American Constitution, be responded to by as
many American Citizens as possible.
Here is a reasonable, (or so it seems to me) definition
of the word "constitution"(copied and pasted from the internet):
con sti tu tion
noun: constitution; plural noun: constitutions
- a body of fundamental
principles or established precedents according to which a state or other
organization is acknowledged to be governed.
charter , social code, law ;
bill of rights;
guarantees our rights"
the basic written set of
principles and precedents of federal government in the US, which came into
operation in 1789 and has since been modified by twenty-seven amendments.
singular proper noun:
Constitution; noun: the Constitution
2. the composition of something.
constitution of a species"
Before I continue this foundational work for Our New American
Constitution, I would like to know as many opinions as possible, about this
definition. Is it acceptable to all who read this?
Is this definition adequate to the following structure
design of a constitution?
Is there something you would like to change?
Is there something you would like to add?
Is there something in it, that needs to clarified?
None of the above?
Some of the above?
All of the above?
Please help me determine what a constitution should be?