Do not do to others what is hateful to you?

Do not do to others what is hateful to you?

Judaism: “What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow-man. This is the entire Law, all the rest is commentary” (Talmud, Shabbat 3id – 16th century BC). Do not unto others that which would cause you pain if done to you” (Mahabharata 5, 1517 – 15th century BC).

What does God say about being kind to others?

“Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.” “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing.” These Bible verses are the perfect source of inspiration to remind you how important it is to be kind to others.

What the Bible says about valuing others?

Phillippians 2:3 “Do nothing out of rivalry or conceit, but in humility consider others as more important than yourselves.”

What does Judaism teach about how people should relate to one another?

What does Judaism teach about how people should relate to one another? Jews believe that every person has value and worth because he or she is created in the image of God. This means that each person has a responsibility to act righteously by being kind and honest with others, to treat everyone fairly, and to help those in need.

What does Jewish law say about treating people with kindness?

A large part of Jewish law is about treating people with kindness. The same body of Jewish law that commands us to eat only kosher food and not to turn on lights on Shabbat, also commands us to love both Jews and strangers, to give tzedakah (charity) to the poor and needy, and not to wrong anyone in speech or in business.

Why is it important for Jews to be good people?

Jews have an ongoing responsibility to be upstanding, value-centered people who through our actions and character inspire non-Jews to be better people who connect to God and live spiritual lives. The Bible makes it clear that God and Jews must be concerned about the welfare of non-Jews.

How does Judaism teach man to care for the environment?

This is known as stewardship. God gives man control of the environment. Some people interpret this to mean human beings have been given total power over everything on Earth to do as they want, but most Jews believe that humans should act responsibly, ensuring the environment is not treated badly. Man has to work within creation and look after it:

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