Emil­ian MERCE1, Manea DRĂGHICI 2, Cris­t­ian Calin MERCE 3

Uni­ver­si­ty of Agro­nom­ic Sci­ences and Vet­eri­nary Med­i­cine, Cluj-Napoca1,3
Uni­ver­si­ty of Agro­nom­ic Sci­ences and Vet­eri­nary Med­i­cine, Bucharest2

Cor­re­spond­ing author e‑mail: meprof.as @ gmail.com

Abstract: The work high­lights the fact that the order­ing of indi­vid­ual val­ues ​​is sup­port­ed by the act of Divine cre­ation. The Star of David is the source of inspi­ra­tion and action strat­e­gy for achiev­ing an opti­mal struc­ture of human soci­ety based on coop­er­a­tion. The hexa­gon in the Star of David is an ancient sym­bol that points direct­ly to high con­cepts and valences, with mag­i­cal force and spe­cial ener­gy charge. The pow­er­ful ener­gy of this sym­bol – asso­ci­at­ed with per­fec­tion, peace, tran­quil­i­ty, ful­fill­ment and eter­ni­ty – gen­er­ates a spe­cial state of well-being, a bal­ance between the phys­i­cal body and the spir­it, a har­mo­ny between the out­side and the inside. Deci­pher­ing the mean­ing of the Hexa­gon of Har­mo­ny rep­re­sents the path to the pure con­scious­ness of good. Rec­og­niz­ing the mean­ing of such a sym­bol, man becomes aware and dis­cov­ers his role in the great uni­verse and on earth. We wor­ship, by relat­ing to the Hexa­gon of har­mo­ny, the great and the small uni­verse and become aware of the finite and infi­nite lim­its of our des­tiny. The Star of David sym­bol instills in us the strength and wis­dom of the hexa­gon, being in sacred geom­e­try one of the most pow­er­ful, fas­ci­nat­ing and ben­e­fi­cial sym­bols. Both the rich and those who pop­u­late the base of the social pyra­mid can cam­paign for the elim­i­na­tion of excess­es using the sources of the Hexa­gon of har­mo­ny as a source of shap­ing the spir­it. This also tak­ing into account the con­text of the abu­sive real­i­ties faced by the con­tem­po­rary social sys­tem. “And what is cho­sen of the poor”? For­eign sup­port can be help­ful, but, like for­tune falling from the sky, it can also harm. It can dis­cour­age effort and instill a crip­pling sense of inca­pac­i­ty. Accord­ing to the African proverb, “The hand that receives is always below the hand that gives”(Havinden and Meredith,2013).
Key­words: Star of David, social pyra­mid, earn­ings pyra­mid, social har­mo­ny
JEL Clas­si­fi­ca­tion: Z13, J16, J28

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