The Golden Rule according to the followers of
Lay not on any soul a load that you would not wish to be laid upon you, and desire not for anyone the things you would not desire for yourself.
Not one of you truly believes until you wish for others what you wish for yourself.
What is hateful to you, do not do your neighbour. This is the whole Torah; all the rest is commentary
One should treat all creatures in the world as one would like to be treated.
Do not do unto others whatever is injurious to yourself.
We are as much alive as we keep the earth alive.
In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you; for thisis the law and the prophets.
I am a stranger to no one; and no one is a stranger to me. Indeed, I am a friend to all.
Regard you neighbour’s gain as your own gain, and our neighbour’s loss as your own loss.
One word which sums up the basis of all good conduct…loving kindness. Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself.
Treat not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.
This is the sum of duty: do not do to others what would cause pain if done to you.
From a handout from mom's Methodist Women's group. The Wiccan Rede is very similar: An it harm none, do what thou will. Now if we could all just follow the blessed things no matter what tradition we follow.
It may be no coincidence that all the sayings are so similar. All the traditions lie withiin the complex of the ancient network of caravan routes called the Silk Road. From Rome and Egypt and the west to the cities of China in the east goods and ideas traveled back and forth at donkey and camel pace for centuries.