Let’em live with humor; they’ll learn
make people laugh.
Let’em live with mercy; they’ll learn
To be helpful.
Let’em live with confidence; they’ll
Learn to strive
for great things.
Let’em live with care; they’ll learn
To be compassionate.
Let’em live with praise; they’ll
To lift up not tear down.
Let’em live with the truth; they’ll
To be courageous and bold.
Let’em live with security; they’ll
Let’em live with encouragement;
They’ll learn to never
Let’em live with approval; they’ll
Learn to like themselves.
Let’em live with friendship; they’ll
Learn to be loyal.
Let’em live with grace; they learn
To be forgiving.
Let’em live with faith; they’ll learn
To be at peace.
Getting Along With People
Keep skid chains on your tongue. Say less than you think.
Cultivate a soothing voice. How you say it often means
more than what you say.
Make promises sparingly and keep them faithfully, no
matter what the cost.
Never lose an opportunity to say a kind word to or about
Praise work well done, regardless of who did it.
Be interested in others, their pursuits, their homes
and their familys. Let everyone you meet, however humble,
feel you regard him as important.
Be cheerful. Keep the corners of your mouth turned
up. Hide your
worries and disappointments under a smile.
Keep an open mind on all debatable questions. Discuss,
argue. It is a mark of a superior mind to disagree and
Let your virtues speak for themselves and refuse
to discuss the
shortcomings of others. Discourage gossip by changing the
Have a respect for the feelings of others. Wit and
humor at the
expense of a friend is never worth it.
Pay no attention to destructive remarks and personal
attacks on you.
Live so that no one will believe them. Remember, a common
backbiting is a dissatisfaction with oneself.
Don’t be concerned about your "just due." Do
a good turn for the
sake of being helpful.