Monday, December 05, 2005


A Humanist Code of Ethics (Quoted By: Arthur Dobrin)

Do no harm to the earth, she is your mother
Being is more important than having
Never promote yourself at another's expense
Hold life sacred; treat it with reverence

Allow each person the digity of his or her labor
Open your home to the wayfarer
Be ready to receive your deepest dreams;
sometimes they are the speech of unblighted conscience

Always make restitutions to the ones you have harmed
Never think less of yourself than you are
Never think that you are more than another

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