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An Inspirational Thought
Ten Commandments of Human Relations
By Author Unknown
1. Speak to People.
There is nothing as nice as a cheerful word of greeting.
2. Smile at People.
It takes 72 muscles to frown, but only 14 to smile!
3. Call People by Name.
The sweetest music to anyone's ear is the sound of his or her own name.
4. Be Friendly and Helpful.
If you would have friends, be friendly.
5. Be Cordial.
Speak and act as if everything you do were a real pleasure.
6. Be Genuinely Interested in People.
You can like everyone if you try.
7. Be Generous with Praise, Cautious with Criticism.
Praise will win out when it comes to gaining friends.
8. Be Considerate of the Feelings of Others.
It will be appreciated.
9. Be Thoughtful of the Opinions of Others.
People love their opinions as they do their own children, calling them ugly won't get you anything but anger.
10. Be Alert to Give Service.
What counts most in life is what we do for others!
"THE TRUE DECALOGUE" by Apolinario Mabini
First. Thou shalt love God and thy honor above all things: God as the fountain of all truth, of all justice and of all activity; and thy honor, the only power which will oblige thee to be faithful, just and industrious.
Second. Thou shalt worship God in the form which thy conscience may deem most righteous and worthy: for in thy conscience, which condemns thy evil deeds and praises thy good ones, speaks thy God.
Third. Thou shalt cultivate the special gifts which God has granted thee, working and studying according to thy ability, never leaving the path of righteousness and justice, in order to attain thy own perfection, by means whereof thou shalt contribute to the progress of humanity; thus; thou shalt fulfill the mission to which God has appointed thee in this life and by so doing, thou shalt be honored, and being honored, thou shalt glorify thy God.
Fourth. Thou shalt love thy country after God and thy honor and more than thyself: for she is the only Paradise which God has given thee in this life, the only patrimony of thy race, the only inheritance of thy ancestors and the only hope of thy posterity; because of her, thou hast life, love and interests, happiness, honor and God.
Fifth. Thou shalt strive for the happiness of thy country before thy own, making of her the kingdom of reason, of justice and of labor: for if she be happy, thou, together with thy family, shalt likewise be happy.
Sixth. Thou shalt strive for the independence of thy country: for only thou canst have any real interest in her advancement and exaltation, because her independence constitutes thy own liberty; her advancement, thy perfection; and her exaltation, thy own glory and immortality.
Seventh. Thou shalt not recognize in thy country the authority of any person who has not been elected by thee and thy countrymen; for authority emanates from God, and as God speaks in the conscience of every man, the person designated and proclaimed by the conscience of a whole people is the only one who can use true authority.
Eighth. Thou shalt strive for a Republic and never for a monarchy in thy country: for the latter exalts one or several families and founds a dynasty; the former makes a people noble and worthy through reason, great through liberty, and prosperous and brilliant through labor.
Ninth. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself: for God has imposed upon him, as well as upon thee, the obligation to help thee and not to do unto thee what he would not have thee do unto him; but if thy neighbor, failing in this sacred duty, attempt against thy life, thy liberty and thy interests, then thou shalt destroy and annihilate him for the supreme law of self-preservation prevails.
Tenth. Thou shalt consider thy countryman more than thy neighbor; thou shalt see him thy friend, thy brother or at least thy comrade, with whom thou art bound by one fate, by the same joys and sorrows and by common aspirations and interests.
Therefore, as long as national frontiers subsist, raised and maintained by the selfishness of race and of family, with thy countryman alone shalt thou unite in a perfect solidarity of purpose and interest, in order to have force, not only to resist the common enemy but also to attain all the aims of human life.
The Decalogue of the Katipunan (english version) - by Andres Bonifacio (1)
I. Love God with all thine heart.
II. Bear always in mind that the love of God is also the love of Country, and this, too, is love of one's fellow-men.
III. Engrave in thy heart that the true measure of honor and happiness is to die for the freedom of thy country. (2)
IV. All thy good wishes will be crowned with success if thou has serenity, constancy, reason, and faith in all thy acts and endeavor.
V. Guard the mandates and aims of the K.K.K. as thou guardest thine honor. (3)
VI. It is the duty of all to deliver, at the risk of their own lives and wealth, anyone whose life is in danger because of some noble cause.
VII. Our responsibility to ourselves and the performance of our duties will be the example set for our countrymen to follow.
VIII. Insofar as it is within thy power, share thy means with the poor and the unfortunate.
IX. Diligence in the work that gives sustenance to thee is the true basis of love -- love for thine own self, for thine wife and children, for thine brothers and countrymen.
X. Punish any scoundrel and traitor and praise all good work. Believe, likewise, that the aims of the K.K.K. are God-given, for the will of the people is also the will of God. (4)
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Footnotes
(1) Translation from the book The Revolt of the Masses by Teodoro A. Agoncillo
(2) The context prevailing when this was written must be appreciated in understanding this principle. This Decalogue was written at a time of war and revolution for Philippine independence. At present time, sacrificing for our country would be enough to achieve true honor and happiness.
(3) The mandates and aims of the K.K.K. that we refer to is the hope for a free, just, and prosperous nation.
(4) Does not necessarily mean that the people are always correct. Just a reaffirmation to the belief in a democratic society and that soeverignty resides in the people. Ang Dekalogo ng Katipunan (Original version) - Andres Bonifacio
Mga Katungkulang Gagawin ng Anak ng Z. LL. B.
Ibigin mo ang Diyos ng buong puso.
Laging isaisip na ang tunay na pag-ibig sa Diyos ay ang pag-ibig sa bayan at sa kapwa tao.
Ikintal mo sa puso na ang tunay na karangalan at kaligayahan ay natatamo sa iyong pagkamatay sa pakikilaban sa ngalan ng iyong bayan.[1]
Ang lahat ng mabubuti mong hangarin ay makakamtan kung ikaw ay mahinahon, matiyaga, makatwiran, may pag-asa sa iyong gawain.
Pangalagaang katulad ng iyong karangalan ang mga kautusan at mga hangarin ng K.K.K.[2].
Katungkulan mong iligtas ang buhay na nasa panganib sa pagpupumilit na matupad ang isang marangal na hangarin kahit mapilitang ihandog mo ang sariling buhay at yaman.
Bayaang ang ating sariling pag-uugali at pangingilos sa pagtupad ng ating tungkulin ay maging uliran ng iba.
Bahaginan mo ng iyong yaman ang bawat dukha at taong kulangpalad[3] sa loob ng iyong makakaya.
Ang pagsusumikap at pagpipilit na kumita ng ikakabuhay ay nagpapahayag ang tunay na pagmamahal sa sarili, sa asawa, anak, kapatid at kababayan.
May parusa sa bawat salarin at taksil, at gantimpala sa lahat ng mabuting gawa. Panaligang ang mga puntahin ng K.K.K. ay kaloob ng Diyos at ang hangarin hinggil sa iyong bayan ay hangarin din ng Diyos. [4]

Footnotes
[1] Kailangang ikonsidera ang aral na ito sa konteksto ng rebolusyon at digmaan. Ang mamatay para sa bayan ay hinihingi ng panahong iyon. Kung hindi naman, maaari itong tumukoy sa mga sakripisyo para sa bayan.
[2] Hangarin at pangarap para sa isang malaya, makatarungan at maginhawang lipunan.
[3] Kapus-palad
[4] Hindi nangangahulugan na ang nakakarami ay laging tama. Ito ay isa lamang pagkilala sa paniniwala sa isang demokratikong sistema at na ang taong bayan ang hari sa lipunan. As promulgated by the Manuel L. Quezón The First President of the Philippine Commonwealth 1. Have Faith in the Divine Providence that guides the destinies of men and nations. 2. Love your country for it is the home of your people, the seat of your affection and the source of your happiness and well-being. Its defense is your primary duty. Be ready to sacrifice and die for it if necessary. 3. Respect the Constitution which is the expression of your sovereign wlll. The government is your government. It has been estab&hed for your safety and welfare. Obey the laws and see that they are observed by all and that public officials comply with their duties. 4. Pay your taxes willingly and promptly. Citizenship implies not only rights but obligations. 5. Safeguard the purity of suffrage and abide by the decisions of the majority. 6. Love and respect your parents. It is your duty to serve them gratefully and well. 7. Value your honor as you value your life. Poverty with honor ~ preferable to wealth with dishonor . 8. Be truthful and be honest in thought and in action. Be just and charitable, courteous but dignnled in your dealings with your fellowmen. 9. Lead a clean and frugal life. Do not indulge in frugality or pretense. Be simple in your dress and modest in your behavior. 10. Live up to noble traditions of our people. Venerate the memory of our heroes. Their lives point the way to duty and honor. 11. Be industrious. Be not afraid or ashamed to do manual labor .Productive toil is conducive to economic security and adds to the wealth of the nation. 12. Rely on your efforts for your progress and happiness. Be not easily discouraged. Preserve in the pursuit of your legitimate ambitions. 13. Do your work cheerfully, thoroughly, and welL Work badly done is worse than work undone. Do not leave for tomorrow what you can do today. 14. Contnbute to the welfare of your community and promote social justice. You do not live for yourselves and your family alone. You are a part of society to which you owe dermite responsibilities. 15. Cultivate the habit of using goods made in the Philippines. Patronize the products and trades of your countrymen. 16. Use and develop our natural resources and conserve them for posterity. They are inalienable heritage of our people. Do not traffic with your citizenship.
The vital lesson we must learn from our past is that we can triumph if we only persevere. The Filipino people, by grit, hard work, and faith in God, will march forward to fulfill their destiny.

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