Surely Pure Reason

Surely pure reason dictates that we live
To help each other and to do no harm.

Though our lives may pass through storm and calm,
And selfish men may take more than they give,
To rise above it is a mark of virtue.

Fortitude, resilience, strength, combine
With ethics in a Truth that’s beauty fine:
Protect yourself but harm not those who hurt you,
Forgiving evil, giving goodness out.

But is loving all humanity should do,
Or should we be in search of answers, too,
Finding out what Truth is all about?

Is god but reason in a vacuum in space,

Reason that produced the human race?