Neither urge another to that thou wouldst be unwilling to do thyself, nor do thyself what looks to thee unseemly and intemperate in another.

William Penn (1644-1718) English real estate entrepreneur, philosopher, statesman
Some Fruits of Solitude, # 71 (1693)

See also Matthew 7:12.
Added on 4-Oct-10 | Last updated 6-Nov-15
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