Treat Others How You Want to Be Treated
Whether you are treating yourself or others, you have to be committed to treating them how you would like to be treated. There are a few tips you can apply to get the best results. These tips can help you eliminate misunderstandings.
Do not do unto others whatever is injurious to yourself
Known as the Golden Rule, this simple principle of morality is one of the most important axioms in human history. It is one of the most universal ethical codes and it can be found in the writings of almost every culture and religion.
The first recorded mention of the Golden Rule came from a vedic Indian tradition, around 3,000 BC. It was also mentioned in the writings of Confucius, who lived in the sixth and fifth centuries BC. His main concept was to avoid doing to others what you would not like to be done to you.
The Golden Rule has also been a part of the writings of many other cultures and religions, such as those of Islam and Hinduism. The concept of the rule is similar to the one mentioned above, but it is important to note that each religion has its own take on the rule. While Christianity and Islam prohibit treating others as you would like to be treated, Buddhism and Hinduism emphasize the importance of not doing to others what would hurt them.