Design lines of conduct for compassionate idealism
· To make the best use of one's own talents and skills
· To be valuable in a small circle or in a larger one
· In concert with others
· For saving nature
· For improving something in society
· Supporting equal treatment of fellow human beings, regardless of gender, nationality, language, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, social status or beliefs
· Always seeking information to act responsibly according to one’s conscience
· Respecting each family unit
· Respecting everyone's right to a good name
· Allowing everyone free control over their own life and death
· Allowing each person the choice of whether or not to join a community
· Participating to the best of one's ability in the decision-making process within one's own circle
· Supporting the application of human rights, social justice and international law
· With special care for the needy
· With support for free speech, observing the values of fellow human beings
· With support for those who seek to protect children from violence and sexual abuse
· With acclaim for those who ensure that children receive nuanced information about ideals and worldviews.
The circulair way of dialogue
In business, a circle
is often formed for a conversation that is less personal but offers the opportunity to involve a large group of people in a problem in a short period of time.
The management launches a problem and a number of possible decisions. Each person present is given the opportunity to express in a few words a motivated preference.
The attached picture has been taken during a circulair deliberationthe authonomy of conschience
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If you're motivated, see which of the behavior lines printed to the left, you want to help develop first.
Fill out the message space below with the appropriate keyword. You will then receive an invitation by email to work together with others on a text .
Long-term planning can be found under the button <About Us/Policy> or the link Policy.
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The organisation Tom Table takes to heart a lesson from the apostle Thomas who expressed his doubts about the value of an incredible story. From an independent philosophy of life, Tomastafel questions traditionally imposed moral rules of conduct. Hence this name.
Tom Table has been founded by Thom Breukel from Amsterdam and Ed Schreurs from Best with a view to exchanging contemporary ideas about care and social justice.
The foundation relies entirely on the efforts of volunteers and donors.