There isn't a universal human perspective which recognises the same values and laws. Christians and other religious nuts, believe some god has some set of values and laws that we should abide by, but they quite clearly aren't universally accepted.
The essential question: is Perennial Philosophy a reality?
Perennial philosophy (Latin: philosophia perennis),[note 1] also referred to as Perennialism and perennial wisdom, is a perspective in modern spirituality that views each of the world's religious traditions as sharing a single, metaphysical truth or origin from which all esoteric and exoteric knowledge and doctrine has grown.
Perennialism has its roots in the Renaissance interest in neo-Platonism and its idea of The One, from which all existence emanates. Marsilio Ficino(1433–1499) sought to integrate Hermeticism with Greek and Jewish-Christian thought, discerning a Prisca theologia which could be found in all ages. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463–94) suggested that truth could be found in many, rather than just two, traditions. He proposed a harmony between the thought of Plato and Aristotle, and saw aspects of the Prisca theologia in Averroes, the Koran, the Cabala and other sources.Agostino Steuco (1497–1548) coined the term philosophia perennis.
A more popular interpretation argues for universalism, the idea that all religions, underneath seeming differences point to the same Truth. In the early 19th century the Transcendentalists propagated the idea of a metaphysical Truth and universalism, which inspired the Unitarians, who proselytized among Indian elites. Towards the end of the 19th century, the Theosophical Society further popularized universalism, not only in the western world, but also in western colonies. In the 20th century universalism was further popularized in the English-speaking world through the neo-Vedanta inspired Traditionalist School, which argues for a metaphysical, single origin of the orthodox religions, and by Aldous Huxley and his book The Perennial Philosophy, which was inspired by neo-Vedanta and the Traditionalist School.
Secular progressive philosophy must deny objective truths as the source of subjective opinions. There can be nothing greater than subjective opinions and the correct subjective opinions lead to happiness. All who oppose these opinions must be made scapegoats and eliminated.
This is one reason why Simone Weil is so valuable for young minds. A young person can feel that there is something more than opinions: objective understanding.
Excerpted from a letter Simone Weil wrote on May 15, 1942 in Marseilles, France to her close friend Father Perrin:
At fourteen I fell into one of those fits of bottomless despair that come with adolescence, and I seriously thought of dying because of the mediocrity of my natural faculties. The exceptional gifts of my brother, who had a childhood and youth comparable to those of Pascal, brought my own inferiority home to me. I did not mind having no visible successes, but what did grieve me was the idea of being excluded from that transcendent kingdom to which only the truly great have access and wherein truth abides. I preferred to die rather than live without that truth.
A normal young woman should be worried about her nose and talk about boys and the latest fashions. It is abnormal for her to be concerned about objective truth. It is elitism and she must be put on drugs and reeducated so as to become a normal atom of the Great Beast. There is nothing greater than the perpetual battle over opinions to achieve happiness – the goal of the secular progressive.
Then to make matters worse this kid also reads this passage from Jacob Needleman’s book: “Lost Christianity”
Of course it had been stupid of me to express it in quite that way, but nevertheless the point was
worth pondering: does there exist in man a natural attraction to truth and to the struggle for truth that is stronger than the natural attraction to pleasure? The history of religion in the west seems by and large to rest on the assumption that the answer is no. Therefore, externally induced emotions of egoistic fear (hellfire), anticipation of pleasure (heaven), vengeance, etc., have been marshaled to keep people in the faith.
Since there is no objective truth for the secular progressive the only goal can be pleasure. Yet for the young who have survived efforts at spirit killing and are not addicted to materialism, they now know there is a minority both past and present who have shared their need for truth transcending opinions. Their task is to find them and share rather than create and blame scapegoats for their lack of happiness the secular progressives believe they are entitled to.
They will be hated but it is always that way for people willing to "annoy the Great Beast."