The golden rule states: “Do unto others as you would have done unto yourself.” What I want to talk about today is the destructive behavior of hatred. I believe that hatred is a learned behavior, a trait that does not naturally come from within an individual. It has been taught to us by older generations, to degrade, to criticize and to reject any pleasant attachments to and from the other. Hatred is a stimulant for disaster being the distortion of peace and the lost connections with one another. If we look back in our history, our ancestors have always been showered by hatred. It can be seen through acts of WWI and WWII, acts of discrimination to the Indigenous peoples or the mass murder of the Jews. Our ancestors has grown as weeds to support the future, our present, but planted the seeds of hatred along the way. Hatred is expressed a little differently today. Today, through current events, there is tension of war because of the potential terrorist acts between the United States and the ISIS in Iraq. Discrimination occurs everywhere, like denying rights in the workforce, whether it’s pertaining to your race, gender, or your sexuality. The deaths of bullied teens are a direct result from hatred, physically or emotionally received from their tormentors. Though the events today may not be exactly the same as it was centuries ago but the same principles apply. Sadly these are just few of the many examples of hatred. So, today’s speech is to awaken some feelings, emotion and logic to counter act the hate suppressed intentionally by society. So, relating back to my initial statement, would you want to be treated with hate? The answer is obviously no. It’s simply destructive. By doing the opposite like being more…
Capitalize the first word of a quoted sentence.
He said, "Treat her as you would your own daughter."
"Look out!" she screamed. "You almost ran into my child."
Capitalize a proper noun.
Golden Gate Bridge
Capitalize a person's title when it precedes the name. Do not capitalize when the title is acting as a description following the name.
Ms. Petrov, the chairperson of the company, will address…
also known as, the golden rule. I believe that everyone in the world is created equal, no matter what race, ethnicity, or religion; we all should receive the same amount of respect for one another. This is a good rule to live by because it can be applied to many real life situations and remains relevant today.
Over the course of 15 years, I’ve learned that what I was taught as a little girl can be applied to what I face as I grow up: the real world. The moral of the Golden Rule was influenced by…
Golden Age of Athens
In 490BCE, Athens began to gain power and posed a threat to the Persians. The Persians declared war on Athens; the Persians outnumbered the Athenians 2:1. As a last resort, Athens sent Thydibides to ask for the assistance of the Spartans. After running 140 miles in 2 days, the Spartan’s refused Thybidides’ plea.
In a miracle-like event, the Athenians were victorious over the Persians, killing nearly 6000 men in one day. This battle at Marathon became one of Athens’ defining…
The Blue and Golden state
I have heard of the state “California” since I was a little kid. Undoubtedly California is one the most famous states in America because of its attractive beaches, the famous story of Old Rush and the fame of Hollywood, the center of early American movies. Therefore, when people talk about California, words like “beaches”, “multi-culture”, “gold mines” and “Hollywood” will come up to my mind. To me, colors like blue and gold are meant to be…
Like all professions, business analysis has its golden rules – rules that are
fundamental to the design of successful business systems. They might seem like
common sense but it’s surprising how often we forget them and get ourselves
into hot water. Here’s a short list of some of the more relevant ones…
The sooner you find a problem, the cheaper it is to fix
Get the specifications right
Recognise the total cost of a system
Don’t design the solution before you’ve analysed the problem…
that there are something’s in life that are under my control, for the most part, I have no control over other people, bodily functions, property or reputation.
In response to the “Golden Rule”, on one hand I would like to say this is an appropriate rule of ethics, but on the other hand, I tend to question this rule. You see, at times, we are treated in ways that we would never want to be treated. Not knowing the situation that may lead a person to treat in an adverse way; are my actions towards…
One of the most remarkable discoveries in mathematics is known as the Golden Ratio. Since its finding, it has been seen a number of times in mathematics, nature, art, and architecture.
The Golden Ratio is, as its name implies, a ratio. That is, it demonstrates the relationship between two quantities of the same kind. When finding the Golden Ratio, two ratios are compared. More specifically, if the ratio of the sum of two amounts compared to the larger amount is equal to the ratio of the larger…
SOC 203 Minorities
The Golden Rule
The golden rule to me means treat others how you would want to be treated even if they
don’t do the same. It’s about self awareness also, people got to recognize oneself as an
individual separate from the environment and other individuals. If everyone would take
the golden rule into consideration it would make society better as a whole. People
should put themselves in the shoes of others and see what it is like on the opposing…
bullying, what would you do to stop it? Would you stand by and let it happen, take part in it or try to stop it? Not many students think about this, and that’s part of the problem.
‘Treat others the way you want to be treated.’ That’s the Golden Rule and it should be followed in every aspect of your life. If someone was in a position to stop you from being bullied and did nothing, how would you feel? If you find that unacceptable, you must do everything you can to stop others from hurting people…