We base our belief in a set of values that´s defined by the following points:
This we remember most of our holidays and the preservation of our Primitive Norse traditions.
When our ancestors decided to settle in the barren Nordic countries they began a struggle against nature that has shaped us into who we are today. The breaking of soil and stone pushed people to almost supernatural deeds to make the countries of the North habitable. It required wear for generations after generations. Forgetting this is a sacrilege. We must remember, and it is our duty to enlighten others about the meaning of our traditions.
In the barren Nordic countries, there was not much to choose from. Fortunately, the supply has increased with the construction of the Nordic and as the trade with other countries increased.
Northerners lived and should live from what nature can give. We should prefer not to eat artificial substances or toxins. A clean diet that is locally produced is preferred. We don´t eat any food that is consecrated unto other gods or religions.
Animals and Nature:
We have respect for all living things and show respect for nature and animals. As As are, you always have a close contact with nature, and should have an understanding of all living things. We estimate that being out in the fresh air and working towards increased fitness and increased knowledge about nature and animals.
Respecting our elders:
To respect and to show care to our elderly are obvious. It is our seniors who built the society we live in today. To show respect and gratitude for their wear is natural. We oppose the inhumane and degrading way that many seniors get to experience at home during his last years. We also oppose the system that makes this a living.
One of the ASA community’s goal is to be able to run their own homes for the elderly in the community house where they last golden years can be lived in dignity and with a silver lining in life.
That people should be treated with respect and understanding. Having strong family ties strengthen our faith and provide a good breeding ground to let our traditions and origins live on.
The family is central to the Asa-believer’s life. The family’s interests are important and you should protect his family. All family members, animals and people should be treated with respect and understanding. Having strong family ties strengthen our faith and provide a good breeding ground to let our traditions and origins live on.
We see it as a given that women have the same rights as a man. No such distinction is made within the ASA faith. Then of course women and men have different interests and approaches in life, which of course should be valued equally and encouraged.
Our forefathers wear should never be forgotten. It is our duty to honor and remember and spread our ancestral deeds on. Nothing of what we today take for granted would have been possible if not our ancestors toiled and worked for a better future for their descendants.
We should never belittle or forget and we should honor them in tanks and through documents.
We all have a duty to listen and remember, to record and preserve our ancestors’ works. So that posterity can bring that legacy on.
We are writing course under the UN’s Declaration of Human Rights.
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