The Golden Rule

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Is there a "Golden Rule" by which All people can live?

Is it do unto others as you would have them do unto you or do unto others before they do unto you? So, you already know our golden rule. Is it doing us any good?

Listen. A frustrating experience is brought about when a people feel their not being heard or is being ignored.

How many times have you found yourself repeating your issue to an official, and you still feel misunderstood. It is exasperating! You are explaining and they are twisting your words?

No matter the means of communication be sure you are listening, even Rap.

On an organizational level, you cannot let things fall through the cracks, be it family or work. To resolve and to gain better understanding, you must have a system in place which causes all to listen and be listen to. Understanding the difference?

The Golden Rule or ethic of reciprocity is a maxim, an ethical code, or a morality, that essentially states either of the following:

1. One should treat others as one would like others to treat oneself.

2. One should not treat others in ways that one would not like to be treated, (also called the Silver Rule)

The Golden Rule is arguably the most essential basis for the modern concept of human rights, in which each individual has a right to just treatment, and a reciprocal responsibility to ensure justice for others.

A key element of the Golden Rule is that a person attempting to live by this rule treats all people with consideration, not just members of his or her in-group. The Golden Rule has its roots in a wide range of world cultures, and is a standard which different cultures use to resolve conflicts.

Do not shy from telling people “you love them and to love others”. It might sound hokey, but you know what, if you want to succeed, you really should.

Be excellent to each other!

(((your inner

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