It is very common today to hear people talking as if they had all wisdom and knowledge; the world is full of critics. That is not to say that there is not much to criticise, but perhaps a dose of humility would not go astray.
In the following text God praises Kisehel for his great humility, explaining its virtue and importance:
"You want to remain the least; you do not want to be a leader to the others but rather want to be led by them. This is your endeavor, namely, to be ruled by others rather than rule them; you would by far prefer to obey rather than give rules to the others. You would prefer to be the last rather than the first of My servants; and you want to be the strongest so as to serve all. But at the same time, you want to be the weakest so as not to be privileged before the others.
Behold, only now do I fully commend you; you have become to Me a most worthy man. - This is the greatest thing: Whoever wants to be the last and least, is with Me the greatest; for only true humility makes you truly great before Me. This is why you are truly the first of all the chosen!
For they do not need a leader in wisdom, being sufficiently endowed with it. They do not need a leader in love, for they all know Me and have sufficient heart to love Me above all. They do not need a leader in strength, for they have received it just like you have. They do not need a leader in might, for I gave none a. lesser share of it.
Also, they do not need a leader in authority, for each of you has received from Me a just share. And they do not need a leader in My grace, for you have all been chosen by Me for one and the same purpose. But they do need a leader in constant humility! For everyone can receive from Me everything and can take out of My endless supply as much as he wants: He can love as much as he wishes. He can, according to his wish, strengthen himself through faith so that he will easily move mountains with his will He can make his will so powerful that thousands upon thousands have to follow his word. He can acquire such a forcefulness of speech that everyone will have to obey him blindly. However, this is not the case with humility, for it is every human being's own property.
This I can and must give to nobody, but - as you are just now hearing from Me - only teach and wish for. This is the field where I want to harvest without having sown the seed into the soil.
Humility is the only thing which you can give Me without having it actually received from Me beforehand. The actual, supreme freedom of life and, thus, the greatest perfection of the same consist in true humility. Through humility you can even approach in Me the inviolable holiness of My Deity, - indeed, true humility is man's highest wisdom, the greatest love and the greatest power of all life, the might and omnipotence before which the whole of infinity reverberates in awe."
Source: Household of God II, Recorded by Jacob Lorber.
The trouble with human laws and sanctions is that they are a last resort. They compel compliance. They are more of a band-aid for problems than a cure. Unfortunately, the #metoo campaign falls into this category also.
By themselves laws and sanctions do nothing to improve a person's soul (i.e inner self). You can threaten a person with serious punishment for offences, you can threaten them with loss of public reputation (as #metoo is doing). But neither of these things will necessarily change a person's desires. And the trouble with this is, that as soon as the person feels they 'can get away' with a behaviour without the risk of punishments or sanctions, then the behaviour will re-emerge, or perhaps, if the person is evil enough, they will contrive to create circumstances whereby they can get away with it.
This ineffectiveness of laws, is why God gave only ten commandments and not the thousands of laws that men have made since. Also, the commandments are not ' you must' but ' you shall' - i.e it was intended that each person should hold themselves accountable to the laws, not some external authority.
So if we really want to improve human society and human behaviour, we need to work on the spiritual development of children, and foster this development as they grow. Correction once they are adults is far harder, and yes, punishments might be all that can be done. But note, such punishments are in many cases unlikely to help the person improve (although they may help some). But the best improvements will come when a person decides to improve their own heart. Campaigns like #metoo are unlikely to have any effect in these cases (in terms of improving possible offenders). Rather a call to love would be better, or - in the worst cases - punishments which are severe enough to make offenders at least think they might want to avoid those - and self-improvement is one path of avoidance.
A hypothetical argument between an athiest and a Christian, from G.K Chesterton's "The Ball and the Cross", 1909:
The author, Matthew, draws his ideas from writers such as C.S Lewis, Jakob Lorber, Emanuel Swedenborg and others.