1. The two fundamental laws of living are:
a.) The first commandment of love for the Father, the head of the family, and
b.) The second of mutual love among the children, to love your brother as yourself.
2. The duty of the child is expressed in two great privileges:
a.) Sincere worship of the infinite Creator, the Paradise Father, and
b.) Loving service bestowed upon one’s fellow human beings.
3. If man is your brother, they are even more than your neighbor, whom the Father requires you to love as yourself.
4. If you love your neighbor as you love yourself, you really know that you are a child of God.
5. Your brother being of your own divine family, you will not only love them with a family affection, but you will also serve them as you would serve yourself; such a quality of brotherly affection would invariably manifest itself in un selfish and loving social service.
6. Remember: God and humans need each other; they are mutually necessary to the full and final attainment of eternal personality experience in the divine destiny of universe finality.
7. The more fully you bestow yourself upon your fellows, the more you come to love them; “be gentle; love even your enemies; be tolerant.”
8. Never forget that intolerance is the mask covering up the entertainment of secret doubts of the trueness of one’s belief.
9. Be not concerned about what your brethren shall do; no man is at any time disturbed by his neighbor’s attitude when he has perfect confidence in the truth of that which he wholeheartedly believes.
10. “Be loyal to the dictates of your highest convictions of truth and righteousness;” sincere men are unafraid of the critical examination of their true convictions and noble ideals.
11. “Do not allow the things which you cannot understand to crush you;” a good man shall be satisfied from within himself.
12. “This world is only a bridge; you may pass over it, but you should not think to build a dwelling place upon it.”
13. No man can rob you of the liberty of your own mind; the happy and effective person is motivated, not by fear of wrongdoing, but by love and right doing; for, strong characters are derived from not doing wrong but rather from actually doing right.
14. And remember, what man does comes to an end, but what the Creator does goes on forever and ever and ever!