Now published and available HERE  Author: Robin Cade.

Welcome to

The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule is a new book which describes the historic unification of a common principle used worldwide by communities and tribes.

In essence, it is treating others how you wish to be treated yourself.

The Golden Rule enables communities to live together, caring and sharing. The principle helps them cope with problems and to increase their happiness – their quality of life.

It doesn’t just have to be a major life changing challenge. The first steps can be simple. A smile or friendly gesture to someone – both they and you may benefit from this positive exchange. 

Whilst the phrase “The Golden Rule” does not appear in Scripture, it is, nevertheless, widely accepted as a cornerstone of the Christian faith. Variations appear a number of times in both the Old and New Testaments but perhaps most famously in the Sermon on the Mount, where Christ tells us: "Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets." (Matthew 7:12).

The common English phrasing “do unto others” is thought to have first appeared in a Catholic catechism around 1567 and certainly in the reprint of 1583 of “A Catechism” by Laurence Vaux. In a section entitled “What is the sum of the ten Commandments?” we read: “The sum of the ten Commandments does consist in the love towards God, and our neighbour… In the Second table be seven Commandments, which command us to give reverence and honour to every man in his degree, to profit all, and hurt none: to do unto others, as we would be done to ourselves.”

However, the Golden Rule is by no means unique to Christian teaching. It can be found in some form in almost all faith traditions, including all major world religions; and is also recognised as an important moral axiom by many humanists. As such, it is a principle that we can all endeavour to live by. Mr. Cade’s campaign to promote it is highly commendable and has my wholehearted support.
The Rt Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg MP.

The prime importance is to treat other species, as much as possible, with understanding and as humanely as practical. By considering the question about treating others as you would like them to treat you – the principle of the Golden Rule – offers great potential to reduce certain problems whilst increasing your quality of life.

The Golden Rule doesn’t just offer benefits on an individual basis it can help reduce or even alleviate some major problems and over 50 current problems and issues, causing concern, reduced happiness and threats to the planet are discussed.

The principle offers support to societies to reduce the abuse humans are giving to each other, to other species and the planet itself.

Subjects in the book include: Global warming, climate change, nutrient pollution, food waste, habitat destruction, plastic contamination, soil erosion, desertification, species extinction, reduced biodiversity, over-fishing. Mental health, Covid-19, racism, war, poverty, stress, loneliness, slavery, abuse, depression, insomnia, drug misuse, justice, suicide, rabies, passive smoking, injustice, greed, selfishness, malnutrition.

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Sir David Amess’s family request we share kindness and love.

Earthshot Prize awarded to those substantially helping the environment.