Code of Ethics

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Code of Ethics

for a living philosophy

Written by Lao Russell

  • To bring blessing on yourself, bless your neighbor.
  • To enrich yourself, enrich your neighbors.
  • Honor your neighbor and your neighbor will honor you.
  • To sorely hurt yourself, hurt your neighbor.
  • He who seeks love will find it by giving it.
  • The measure of a man's wealth, is the measure of the of the wealth he has given.
  • To enrich yourself with many friends, enrich your friends with yourself.
  • That which you take away from any man, the world will take away from you.
  • When you take the first step to give yourself to that which you want, it will also take the first step to give itself to you.
  • Peace and happiness do not come to you from your horizon. They spread from you out to infinity beyond your horizon.
  • The whole Universe is a mirror which reflects back to you, that which you reflect into it.
  • Love is like the ascent of a high mountain peak. It comes ever nearer to you as you go ever nearer to it.

Copyright, 1955, by the University of Science and Philosophy