You shall prove your worth and work to become more worthy.
You shall not let fear overtake your judgment.
You shall give to charity what you can spare.
You shall live life with joy and wonder, for the world is a wonderful place.
You shall honor the faith.
You shall not betray your family.
You shall honor your elders.
You shall pursuit happiness, both your own and that of your community.
You shall not cause chaos or mayhem.
You shall not forge the word of god.
You shall only take responsibility for your own mistakes and those of your children.
You shall seek out the world for all its wonders.
You shall reach for perfection even knowing you cannot reach it, for perfection is god.
You shall care for animals orphaned by misfortune.
You shall give testimony of crimes you witnessed, unless the crimes were committed by your children.
You shall seek knowledge, for knowledge brings you closer to god.
You shall love your neighbor.
You shall be truthful.
You shall not hide treasures or resources from others.
You shall encourage others who follow the path of god.
What tastes better than it smells?
The answer is: A tongue.
What can jump higher than a mountain?
The answer is: Anything that can jump. Mountains can’t jump.
Divine Father, ruler in the skies,
I come to you with a heavy heart.
Lead me by my hand so I may lift my burdens.
I plead this of you as your humble servant,
o giver of life. Favor me with your divine favor.
Succeeding starts with believing you can.
Believe you can and you’re halfway there. (Theodore Roosevelt)
Being sane or insane is relative.
A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy? (Albert Einstein)