G-d did not create the world for there to be chaos, but for peaceful civilization.” This unified
purpose for mankind lies at the heart of the Seven Noahide Laws, which preceded even the
Giving of the Torah.
Many teachings in Torah speak to non-Jews, even if they are not clearly included in the Seven
Noahide Laws. If it is a matter which speaks to the innate moral reasoning of a human being,
then it applies to them as well.
The mission to perfect the world was entrusted to non-Jews at the Giving of the Torah, and
they share in making G-d’s vision for creation a reality. Every single human being, Jew and
non-Jew, has the sacred obligation to promote and live a life of morality, founded upon the
Seven Noahide Laws.