I differ from Peterson in that we cannot reliably assume the supernatural. There are many different opinions on what the divine means, so we cannot reliably assume that a higher power has expectations of us.
We live in a society where we think that people should be good, but not all cultures share this view, or they disagree on what good means. However, we think that societies work better when people aren't cruel, cooperate with each other, and show compassion.I don't think that humans should necessarily be sacrificial animals for others. Taken to the extreme, the individual becomes a slave to power structures. However, voluntarily caring for others seems to make us better and stronger people.
The best speech I have heard Jordan Peterson give is this one...
He speaks at such a high level, it forces me to pay close attention to keep up.