Nâm Thinking realises that there is a deeper and collective meaning underlying the ideals of the past, namely that as an organism in an organism life consists in resonance. It consists in a resonance in which we are all sharing. The importance of ethical attitudes and behaviour lies in the fact that with acts, thoughts, emotions, opinions and beliefs, we shape through their resonance not only the world, as we witness it, but also ourselves: as the resonance reflects back on its creator. In this way hate creates more hate and love creates more love. This natural regularity is what in Nâm Thinking is called the Ethics of Resonance.