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 Thought for the Day 


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On this main page, we start with The Golden Rule - the ethics of reciprocity, a universal concept expressed in many forms.  It is the basis of the human rights concept and can be found in most culture and religion.  Here are some of the quotes from different philosophers and religious leaders expressing the very same concept of The Golden Rule Click here to go to today's thought for the day.

" Do unto others, what you would
like others to do unto you."

- Bible,  Luke chapter 6 verse 31
first century BC


  • "What you do not want others to do to you,
    do not do unto others."
    -Confucius, The Doctrine of the Mean, 13, c. 500 B.C.

  • "Hurt no one so that
    no one may hurt you."

The Prophet Muhammad in his last sermon
Khutbatul Wada - The Farewell Sermon (Islam)

"Just as pain is not agreeable to you,
it is so with others.
Knowing this principle of equality
treat others with respect and compassion."

Suman Suttam , verse 150
Jainism - oldest religion originating in Ancient India

"Thou shalt not take vengeance,
nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people,
but thou shalt love
thy neighbour as thyself:
I am the LORD."
Leviticus Chapter 19 verse 18
Old Testament Bible
Judaism Book of Torah