Summary. The Holistic Unification Lifeway Practice (HULP) is a Philosophy Religion developed by ResourcesForLife.com that is founded upon Generic, Open Source, Best Practices, Right Action, and Creative Commons principles. The current version number of HULP is 20090503su1634.
The HULP is based on Adonaikido which is based on numerous world religions. The HULP is an effort to create a simple outcomes based system that achieves the same practices and results as Adonaikido and other world religions without the complexity and extensive sacred texts.
Mission. The mission of HULP is to holistically empower all people to achieve their greatest potential so they may cooperatively work together in bringing permanent healing and peace to the entire earth which includes:
- Ensuring that the principles set forth in the The Universal Declaration of Human Rights are fully available to all people.
- Ensuring that the eight goals defined in the United Nations Millennium Declaration are fully realized by 2015.
Principles. The principles and practices of HULP are represented by a balanced life and wellness in seven areas of life and the necessary energy directed to these areas of life to create abundance in them. The core values shared by most cultures and societies are essential in UHLP. The UHLP method draws from a variety of principles, values, and virtues.
Foundational Text. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is the central and foundational text of HULP. Until all of the goals and principles set forth in the UDHR are reached, other texts seem less important.