How would you translate in practical terms: ‘do unto others as you would have them do unto you’?This is what the Youth for a United World (Y4UW) - Jordan share on their Facebook page.

Golden RuleOver 60 thousand persons have signed their committed to live the Golden Rule and endorse the United World Project: young people, adults and even personalities. There are, in fact, so many ways to put it into practice in our everyday situations or challenges as it entails going “beyond” our way of life and acquire a new lifestyle in which one puts the other person at the centre of attention.

Even through Facebook we can learn something about it! Among the great number of news on the Youth for a United World (Y4UW) - Jordan page, one can also find: 'For me the Golden Rule is to love, to love God in the other person, to love my enemy. Several times it has helped me to help others, to give something, to make the lives of others better, to try and find the light within.' 'The meaning of the Golden Rule - says another young man - is the desire to love that I find within my heart. When I help a friend or a relative, my heart is full of the Golden Rule.'

From these words, we can see that the Golden Rule has really penetrated the heart of these young people. All of a sudden, it has changed their perspective in life and widened their horizon, even in such times of uncertainty. Therefore, day by day, they become silent builders of universal fraternity.


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