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The Golden Rule

You can’t live life to the fullest if you ignore morality, and the greatest teacher in the world on morality was Jesus. Today’s distinction looks at the sermon on the mount and short version, which is the golden rule. Learn a common misconception about the golden rule from two girls in bikinis, and the correct way to look at good and evil from D&D.

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  1. I agree with it. The “change” is more about how to do good to someone else, than whether to do good. Positively doing good for someone necessitates knowing the other person enough to know what they would consider a positive.

    I think of it like I think of gift giving. You could give someone a gift you’d like to have, which would seem good, but you should give someone a gift they would like. In order to know what they would like you have to care enough to find out.

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