Word To The Wise

Caring about neighbor goes back to ancient times. 


Among the Jews

  • Better is the neighbor near, than a brother afar off. (Proverbs 27/10)

  • Take no revenge and cherish no grudge against your neighbor. You shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Leviticus 19/18)

  • He that despises neighbor, sins. He that shows mercy to the poor, shall be blessed. (Proverbs 14/21)


Among Christians

  • You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater. (Mark 12/30)

  • It was said, “You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.” I say to you, love your enemy and do good to those who hate you. (Matthew 5/43)

  • Honor your father and mother. And, you shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Matthew 19/19)

  • To love one’s neighbor as oneself is greater than all holocausts and sacrifices. (Mark 12/33)

  • Owe no one anything except to love one another. Who loves the neighbor has fulfilled the Law. (Romans 13/8)

  • Love your neighbor as yourself and you do well, but if you show partiality toward neighbors, you are lacking. (James 2/8)

  • The whole Law is fulfilled in one word: you shall love your neighbor as yourself. (Galatians 5/13)


Among the Moslems

  • We ought to love one another. (Quran)




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