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The 11th Commandment could be about unconditional self-love: "Thou shall love thyself as God loves thee."
"Thou shalt not be a jerk to those different from thyselves."
It was stated to be the 'Greatest' commandment I believe. That would be the 11th of least with Christian thought or religion.
However, that is not accepted by all. Therefore I like 'try smiling while discovering happiness'.
Disregard all that other nonsense above. Think for yourself. That brain is there for a reason.
This one is fascinating, I must admit. Kind of along the lines of "pay no attention to the man behind the curtain."
Exactly along those lines. I think, anyway. I've never seen Oz. That kind of makes me want to, though.
To love abundantly and unconditionally.
What you do unto the least of these, you do unto the Father.
The opposite of love is Ego (selfishness).
by Bruce A. Beaudet11 months ago
Which of the 10 commandments do you think people break the most frequently?Please explain your answer.
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