I believe in treating others the way you want to be treated.
When I was ten years old I was in fourth grade not only
was I hungry but so was one of my closest friends. He had ran out of
lunch money, so I offered him my sandwich. He accepted. The next month
I was the only person in my class to get to go to a pizza party. I
believe in the golden rule.
The bully system is a big fan of the golden rule and is
respected by millions. This system says that if you bully people
littler than you, there is a high chance that someone at least twice
your size will do the same to you. Treat others the way you wish to be
treated. I believe in the golden rule.
In the Bible it says if you plant a seed it shall be reaped
thirty, sixty, or one hundred fold. That says if you plant a good
thing inside of someone’s life you shall receive something along the
same line but better down the road. The reason why I believe in this
is when I was about six years old I gave a girl my happy meal toy;
last year a random person walked up to me and handed me fifty dollars.
There’s always a but to everything and here it is. If your mean to
some kid at school for no reason, you may not think of it then but
later on down the road you could get made fun of for a haircut which
could make you go bald or even insane. I believe in the golden rule.
My mom and dad have told me for years, “Your children will act
just the way you did, good or bad.” What this tells me is if I act
like a jerk so will my kids, but if I act like an angel my kids will
be saints. I believe in the golden rule.
The guidelines of the golden rule have shown me how to be a
better person, boy, man basically it has shown me how to respect and
be respected. I believe in the golden rule.
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