Ethics is the higher metamorphosis of every religion. Ethics arises from the convinced knowledge and reason that good will and noble actions serve the entire being of the human and all other kingdoms of nature and that they are the promoting elixir of life of the earthly world. The future of an existence does not arise from its destruction and reconstruction, but from the metamorphosis of its essential spiritual building blocks. In the science of spiritual life, ethics is non-violent action and the protection of the weak. Furthermore, ethics is the basis of the fight against evil and its destruction of life, by all appropriate means. It is an indicator of whether developments in a “too much” get out of control. Examples are the financial sector and regional population growth. In the latter case, the religious justification and demand for unlimited growth can be sharply criticized.

In this description of ethics, the concept of morality is deliberately left out.