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...n the side of ethics and morality that some may even consider Confucianism to not be a religion. Regardless of those who would consider Confucianism to not be a religion, the idea that you should not treat others the way that you would not want them to treat you, is important in Confucianism. You cannot ascend to a higher state of human being, which is one of the goals of Confucianism, without practicing the Golden Rule.
The four religions of Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, and Confucianism may have opposite views on the world, but they all share the same common idea that you should treat others the same way that you would want to be treated. This saying or rule is aimed to inspire their followers to become better people. Regardless of any religion you associate or dissociate with, the golden rule is fundamental in creating a better world with evil lessening every day.
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