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|Confucius (551-479 BC) Chinese philosopher and the most influential figure in |
Chinese history: “Do not to others that you do not want done to yourself.” (
Analects 12:2 & 15:23) “What I do not wish others to do to me, that also I wish not
to do to ...
|Featuring updated language, this volume features inspirational and insightfulcomments on this New Testament book by a beloved Scottish preacher.|
|F.Y.K. Soo. expressed both negatively and positively. The negative expression |
appears in the following texts: Tzu-kung said, “What I do not want others to do to
me, I do not want to do to them.” Confucius said, “Ah, Tzu! That is beyond you.
|Remember, it is not a good thing to water a plant that you do not want or to fuel a |
fire that can burn you. Do not feed ... It simply means that in their treatment of
others, their goal is to do well by them regardless of how they are treated. They
|You do not try to dominate others or involve yourself in put-downs. You have the |
... process — you say what you do and do not want but do not listen to or take
other people's needs and feelings into consideration. If you are aggressive you
|As Martin Buber has pointed out, one should have an I/Thou relationship, not an I|
/It relationship with another person. He, too, is a ... Rabbi Hillel immediately
answered, “Do not do to others what you would not want done to you. The rest is
|353); “Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you” (Confucianism|
: Analects 15:23); and “What is hateful to you, do not to your fellow man. This is
the law: all the rest is commentary” (Judaism: Talmud, Shabbat 31a); “Not one of
|For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure |
you use, it will be measured to you. Why do you look at the ... Jesus says that you
are not to judge others if you do not want others to be judging you. If you judge ...
|Having studied you without ever really loving you, we discovered you do not love, |
and you do not want anyone else to be better than you. You can elect others to
lead you, but you mistrust all you elect or let govern you. When we learned how ...