These are the things I believe in most.
I'm sure that some of this is already covered in my About Me. If so, tough shit.
We are all stuck on this gigantic rock hurdling through space at breakneck speeds together. If somebody is not harming others, and there is no reasonable cause to think that they may be harming others, then shut up. Live and let fucking die. Not everything is your problem. Be honest, and be blunt so that the message can come across clearly. Treat others the way you want to be treated by default, but blind respect risks feeding evil. Reflect the behavior of others back onto them. Tolerate others, unless they are being intolerant - those who wish to control the lives of others are worth nothing more than mockery. Treat the people who are close to you better than you treat yourself. Good friends are hard to come by, and as such, deserve the world. The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb. Just because I am biologically related to somebody does not mean I owe them anything. Those who treat the people I love poorly are not to be tolerated. The lone wolf dies, but the pack survives. A society is only as strong as its weakest link. Try to be strong on your own, but if desperate, ask for help. However, do not abuse the help of others. It is best to help, and not be helped - but this is also an unreasonable, even straight up idiotic, expectation. Those who profit from harming others are to be scorned. Those who hoard resources and do not share them with those in need deserve to lose them. Corporations are not people, and neither are the ultra-wealthy. Actions that benefit the poor and those in need that also take away from those with extreme excess are morally good because they help balance the distribution of resources. Limiting and trying to control the thoughts of others is evil. Limiting and trying to control the imaginations of others is evil. As long as a thought does not intend to harm another person, except for the most wealthy people alive, it deserves to live. Trying to police the imaginations and creations of other people is evil, as what we imagine and create is still a part of ourselves. Attempting to control another person's creations, imaginations, and thoughts is a form of trying to control them.