Thus I Wrote

You're never alone, if you've something to share

10 Commandments for a Civilised World

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10 commandments

(These new commandments take the basics for living

Such as “do not steal or do not kill” as given)

 

1. Seek your purpose and find the right place in the world for you.
Accept with patience when you are lost or waiting for your turn to do.
Understand this is true for others as it is true for you.

2. Accept that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

4. Be effective. Choose the action that allows the most good to shine through.

5. Manage yourself. Manage your fears or they will manage you.
Manage your body with good food and exercise to refresh it anew.
Manage your mind with whatever works for you.

6. Love your family. Show your love all day long.
Create a foundation of love, laughter, security and trust for your family to grow strong.

7. Provide. Develop your talents and what you can give.
While you have something to share you will never be alone as long as you live.

8. Be humble. Remember your mind is small, so fill it with the right things.
Fix your own faults before you try to fix those that others bring.

9. Live. Live each moment as if it was your last.
Challenge life and be different from the past.

10.Accept that there are no answers as to why…don’t waste time in search or fright.
Burn bright each day before the night.

I welcome any comments on the above. I have collected these based on my journey and accept that they may not resonate with others. I would be interested to hear of any other views.

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Written by thus.i.wrote

February 4, 2015 at 10:18 am

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  1. nice 🙂

    shakeclouds

    February 4, 2015 at 11:26 am

  2. This is great!

    Ashley Buckner

    February 4, 2015 at 12:00 pm

  3. I would definitely change 9 from live life to challenge life at all times. Do not accept your ideals as the right ones and consider the arguments and challenges of others who do not think like you.

    And 10:

    Accept that you are fallible.

    notquiteany

    February 4, 2015 at 4:20 pm


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