“…thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”, Leviticus 19:18

August 18, 2007 8:38pm CST
http://zenhabits.net/2007/07/18-practical-tips-for-living-the-golden-rule/ Prayer to Practice the Golden Rule May I be an enemy to no one and the friend of what abides eternally. May I never quarrel with those nearest me, and be reconciled quickly if I should. May I never plot evil against others, and if anyone plot evil against me, may I escape unharmed and without the need to hurt anyone else. May I love, seek and attain only what is good. May I desire happiness for all and harbor envy for none. May I never find joy in the misfortune of one who has wronged me. May I never wait for the rebuke of others, but always rebuke myself until I make reparation. May I gain no victory that harms me or my opponent. May I reconcile friends who are mad at each other. May I, insofar as I can, give all necessary help to my friends and to all who are in need. May I never fail a friend in trouble. May I be able to soften the pain of the grief stricken and give them comforting words. May I respect myself. May I always maintain control of my emotions. May I habituate myself to be gentle, and never angry with others because of circumstances. May I never discuss the wicked or what they have done, but know good people and follow in their footsteps. Eusebius of Caesarea What a simple rule but what a difference it would make if we all lived it every day. Follow the link for 18 ways to keep the Golden Rule in your daily life.
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