The most common precepts of religion - known as the Two Pillars of Wisdom - are that there is God, and that compassion is the way of being. More succinctly, Divinity finds expression through compassion. This is not actually intended to be a statement on the nature of God. The statement itself, in English, can be interpreted in different ways and at different levels. However, it remains a possible interpretation of the common precepts of organised belief systems - though not all. However, there are many present organisations who could be said to live by Foundationist ideals. Any group seeking to eradicate inequality, such as world poverty, is living by compassion and thus is living the principles of the Foundationist. A Foundationist approach to religion may see the Twin Pillars of Wisdom at work. However, this is a statement, not a proof, and one to be taken individually. Foundationism is ultimately about a process of exploration, rather than its actual result of that exploration, which will always be according to personal acceptance. This begins through comparative exploration of human belief systems, but will continue much further as required.