Each human being has been granted a virtue: the capacity to choose.For he who does not use this virtue, it becomes a curse - and otherswill always choose for him.
Source: Statutes for life
Contributed by: Aart Hilal
Each human being has the right to two blessings, which are: theblessing to do right, and the blessing to err. In the latter case,there is always a path of learning leading to the right way.
Each human being has his own sexual profile, and should exercise it without guilt - provided he does not oblige others to exercise it withhim.
Each man has a feminine side, and each woman has a masculine side. It is necessary to use discipline with intuition, and to use intuitionobjectively.
Each human being has the right to seek out joy, joy beingunderstood as something which makes one content - not necessarily thatwhich makes others content.
The only faults considered grave are the following: not respectingthe rights of one's neighbor, letting oneself be paralyzed by fear, feeling guilty, thinking one does not deserve the good and bad whichoccurs in life, and being a coward.
We shall love our adversaries, but not make alliances with them.They are placed in our way to test our sword, and deserve the respect of our fight.
We shall choose our adversaries, not the other way around.
All religions lead to the same God, and all deserve the same respect.
All men are different. And should do everything possible tocontinue to be so.
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