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Golden Rules

 

My conscientious self:

  • Keep to your principles in prosperity as well as in adversity.
  • Be firm in faith through life’s tests and trials.
  • Guard the secrets of friends as your most sacred trust.
  • Observe constancy in love.
  • Break not your word of honor whatever may befall.
  • Meet the world with smiles in all conditions of life.
  • When you possess something, think of the one who does not possess it.
  • Uphold your honor at any cost.
  • Hold your ideal high in all circumstances.
  • Do not neglect those who depend upon you..

 

Silver Rules

My conscientious self:

  • Consider duty as sacred as religion.
  • Use tact on all occasions.
  • Place people rightly in your estimation.
  • Be no more to anyone than you are expected to be.
  • Have regard for the feelings of every soul.
  • Do not challenge anyone who is not your equal.
  • Do not make a show of your generosity.
  • Do not ask a favor of those who will not grant it you.
  • Meet your shortcomings with a sword of self-respect.
  • Let not your spirit be humbled in adversity.

 

Copper Rules

My conscientious self:

  • Consider your responsibility sacred.
  • Be polite to all.
  • Do nothing which will make your conscience feel guilty.
  • Extend your help willingly to those in need.
  • Do not look down upon the one who looks up to you.
  • Judge not another by your own law.
  • Bear no malice against your worst enemy.
  • Influence no one to do wrong.
  • Be prejudiced against no one.
  • Prove trustworthy in all your dealings.

 

Iron Rules

My conscientious self:

  • Make no false claims.
  • Speak not against others in their absence.
  • Do not take advantage of a person’s ignorance.
  • Do not boast of your good deeds.
  • Do not claim that which belongs to another.
  • Do not reproach others, making them firm in their faults.
  • Do not spare yourself in the work which you must accomplish.
  • Render your services faithfully to all who require them.
  • Seek not profit by putting someone in straits.
  • Harm no one for your own benefit.

Metal Rules

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