- v. To obey the golden rule: to treat others as one would wish to be treated.
- From the first part of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” (a common phrasing of the golden rule). (Wiktionary)
“With my own heart beating wildly with indignation and sorrow, the kind reader may imagine my feelings when I saw the smooth-faced hypocrite, the inhuman slave-whipper, enter the church, pass quietly on to his accustomed seat, and then meekly bow his hypocritical face on the damask cushion, in the reverent acknowledgment of that religion which teaches its adherents “to do unto others as they would be done by,” just as if nothing unusual had happened on that Sabbath morning.”
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