after more than ﬁve thousand years?
Please present a philosophy with something to add to
What's Been Said By:
Jews for longer than 5571 years (Adam ’n’ Eve):
Do to no one what you yourself dislike
Maya, for longer than 5124 years:
I am the other you
Hindus, for longer than thirty-four hundred years:
One should never do that to another which one regards as
injurious to one’s own self.
Confucius for longer than 2560 years:
Never impose on others what you would not choose for yourself.*
Siddhartha Gautama for longer than 2430 years:
One should seek for others the happiness one desires for himself.
Luke, for longer than two thousand years:
And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise.
Muhammad for longer than 1335 years:
Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you.
L. Ron Hubbard(?), having nothing new to say:
Try not to do things to others that you would not like them to do to you.*
Since a teen-ager, I've believed that Yeshuah Ben Joseph, from approximatly his late teens 'til his early thirties, studied philosophy in India. Although the Jewish calendar is the oldest, it's extremely likely that each succeeding prophet studied earlier ones, as Muhammad clearly says about his predecessors, Moses and Jesus of Nazareth, even though each in succession had less to add to what already was.
*What Confucius and L. Ron Hubbard have to say looks like a masochist's plea.