If you can live by one mantra, maybe it should be "do no harm." Or we can similarly state, love as God loves.
If we really attempt to live like this, what does this mean? It means that we pay constant attention. We can be very careful with our words and actions, ask each time before we speak or act, how will this be perceived? Do I really want to do or say this?
We can also monitor our thoughts --- we can't stop the thoughts that pass through our head, but we can choose to not give "harming" or judgment or grievance thoughts any energy. We can choose not to attach to these thoughts and they will pass out as they came in without the trail of destructive thoughts that follow the first thought. Even the Dalai Lama says he has thoughts of harm and anger, but he doesn't judge himself for them and he doesn't attach to them.
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