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"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Matthew 7:12 (2 min 5 sec)


    1. **Beyond External Actions**

    True kindness and love aren't outward actions alone, but an inner state of being. Treating others well becomes natural when we cultivate compassion, understanding, and forgiveness within ourselves.
    The Golden Rule, at its core, doesn't simply say "Treat others the way you want to be treated." In truth, there's ultimately one, interconnected being. When we treat others with kindness, compassion, and respect, it's not just an external action, but a reflection of our inner understanding and appreciation for this oneness.
    It transcends comparing individual situations and promotes seeing ourselves and others through a lens of our shared humanity. This fosters deeper empathy, forgiveness, and ultimately, a more loving and peaceful world.

    2. **Releasing Judgment**

    Beyond "good" and "bad." Love encourages us to see beyond judgments of "good" and "bad" behavior. Everyone makes mistakes and has challenges. The Golden Rule promotes empathy and understanding instead of condemnation.
    Instead of always reacting instinctively, choose love in every situation. This doesn't mean condoning harmful actions, but choosing instead to respond with love and forgiveness, especially when it's difficult.

    3. **Personal Transformation**

    Inner change, outer results. Inner change leads to outer transformation. Focusing on practicing kindness and compassion within ourselves naturally improves our interactions with others. This is the way to a more peaceful and loving world.
    Start with yourself. The Golden Rule isn't just about how others treat us. It's a reminder to treat ourselves with the same kindness and understanding we extend to others.
    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you
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