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The wisdom of Treatise of the Most Exalted One on Cause and Effect

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G reat fortune and blessings will certainly come your way if you do good deeds that are unknown to others!


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R emote rewards will be blessed upon your descendants.


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I mmediate rewards may be experienced personally.


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R efrain from all wrongdoings, and do all that is good.


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L et your words be pleasant to other people's mind.


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D o things according to morality.


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C ontribute money to help others succeed.


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E xpound the moral maxims to correct the faults of others.


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D o not say one thing but believe another.


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P ass in silence over evil and praise all that is good.


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A void those who are wicked, to prevent disasters and calamities in life.


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S eek the friendship of those who are good, they will help you practise virtue in body and soul.


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B e cautious with fire and do not burn mountains or forests.


Daoism



G ive tea and water to those who thirst.


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D onate medicines to alleviate the sufferings of the sick.


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R eproduce and distribute scriptures, build and repair temples.


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B e magnanimous to your servants, it is not appropriate to be overly demanding.


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B e honest and fair in doing business, do not take more or give less than what you should.


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I f the harvest fails, provide for your neighbours and friends.


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I f your family is relatively wealthy, extend a helping hand to your relatives.


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R espect the elderly, and help the destitute.


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B e compassionate towards the desolate, and help the abandoned.


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A bide by the three teachings (Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism).


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F ulfill your four obligations (to parents, teachers, country and fellow mankind).


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B e loyal to your superiors, filial to your parents, respectful to your elders and siblings, and sincere to your friends.


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