The great principle of morality, “To do as one would be done to,” is more commended than practiced.

John Locke (1632-1704) English philosopher
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, 2.2.7 (1690) [ed. Fraser (1894)]

See the Bible, Matthew 7:12.

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