The Golden Rule Quotes by Orison Swett Marden, Louise Hart, Andrew Gillum, Steven Adler, George Bernard Shaw, James Cash Penney and many others.
The golden rule for every business man is this: ‘Put yourself in your customer’s place.’
The Golden Rule of Parenting is; do unto your children as you wish your parents had done unto you!
I’m raising three children. I’m teaching my kids what it means, the Golden Rule, to treat people like you want to be treated.
The golden rule of drums is hands clapping and feet tapping, and when you are in and out of consciousness, you can’t do that to best of your ability.
The golden rule is that there are no golden rules.
I cannot remember a time when the Golden Rule was not my motto and precept, the torch that guided my footsteps.
The Golden Rule finds no limit of application in business.
It may not have the virtuous ring of the golden rule, but the maxim ‘never say never’ is one of the most important in ethics.
I believe in the Golden Rule – The Man with the Gold… Rules.
I abhor discrimination. The way I was raised was like most Hoosiers, with the golden rule, that you should do unto others what you’d have them do unto you.
At the end of the day, the Golden Rule is called the Golden Rule for a reason – do unto others as you would have done to you. In terms of commandments you could probably just do that one and you would be well off. If everybody could adhere to that one, we’d be OK, as long as a masochist wasn’t in charge of people.
And in this community, as in all others, the Golden Rule still applies – we must be act toward other nations as we would have them act towards America.
Once the Supreme Court in 1973 decided that infanticide could be legal, it not only ended America’s ‘inalienable right to life,’ it threw the Golden Rule right off the shores of this continent.
The most important thing is that you be a good person and you live by the golden rule of do unto others. If you live by that, that’s all I care about.
To keep the Golden Rule we must put ourselves in other people’s places, but to do that consists in and depends upon picturing ourselves in their places.
The golden rule for playing the bass is that’s it all about feel, not just plonking away. You need to feel the sound, not using a pick or a plectrum – which has meant plenty of calluses on my fingers.
In nearly every religion I am aware of, there is a variation of the golden rule. And even for the non-religious, it is a tenet of people who believe in humanistic principles.