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Hello Teachers,

Could you please explain the words/lines in the below contexts please teachers.

Could you also check the grammar and if necessary corrected it for me please teachers because some line/sentences do not join very well.

I would like to thank you very much in advance.

1
Do nothing unto others that you would not like done unto you - i.e.

Abstaining from conduct injurious to life and the physical well-being of persons.
Abstaining from the theft of property of others
Abstaining from sexual violence and misconduct
Abstaining from falsehood, fraud and deception

2
Treat your fellow human beings, your fellow living things, and the world in general with love, honesty, faithfulness and respect. Show great consideration for your fellow beings.

...your fellow living things- could this line also mean including animals, insects,trees and plants ?

3
Give assistance and kindness wherever needed - Humanism should develop an attitude of compassion to those in a state of suffering from whatever cause that leads to the suffering, and seek to engage in action that alleviates this suffering.

4
Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good - Share with those who are less fortunate and mutually assist those who are in need of help.

5
Thou shalt not ill treat children, neither physically nor mentally. Do nothing to instil feelings of guilt or inferiority in the mind of a child. Children are beautiful and defenceless. It is the lowest form of cowardice and the gravest sin of all to harm a child in any way. Love children above all else. Care for them as though your own life depended upon their happiness.

Thou shalt - what does this line/words mean please?

6
Form independent opinions on the basis of your own reason and experience; do not allow yourself to be led blindly by others- make decisions based on reason and facts, rather than superstition and hope

7
Never seek to censor or cut yourself off from dissent; always respect the right of others to disagree with you.

8
always be ready to forgive wrongdoing freely admitted and honestly regretted.

...forgive wrongdoing freely admitted and honestly regretted - How many meaning does this line have? I don't understand this line. Could you explain please?

9
Always seek to be learning something new

10
Look after the well-being of mind and body - i.e.
Abstaining from drunkenness, narcotics and mind bending drugs

11
Be tolerant and open-minded

12
Conserve and improve the Earth's natural environment—land, soil, water, air and space—as humankind's common heritage. Preserve things of beauty for future generations to enjoy

13
There is no conclusive evidence that life exists after death so humans should exert themselves primarily in terms of their present life.
Comments  
Looks correct...along with some old english dialect words!

PS: On the contrary, there is no conclusive evidence that life doesn't exist after death.
(refering to number 13)Emotion: wink
Thank you very much for your help Kostie.