At the beginning of time, the earth was populated by four legged animals with a simplicity of purpose, i.e. survival. Then God created Adam to stand upright on two legs and have a complexity of purpose and thought. This could be described as universal humanness; the ability to stand upright and be distinguished morally and fundamentally from the animal kingdom. This is once again necessary at the present time. The UNDA calls for a renaissance of Universal Humanness where humankind stands upright remembering its roots in Adam.
The definition of Universal Humanness is that the core essence of what it is to be truly human inherently includes morality, respect and ethics by its very definition. This, therefore, can be expressed within the framework of a universal global identity resulting in the trinity of Justice, Peace and Freedom.