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1 St Thomas Aquinas interprets 'You should love your neighbour as yourself' as meaning that love for ourselves is the exemplar of love for others.
2 Alfred's transformation of Christ's commandment, from "Love your neighbour as yourself" (Matt.
3 ), the third part in Proverbs 30:8 ("... feed me with my apportioned bread..."), the fourth part in Sirach 28:2 ("Forgive your neighbour the wrong he has done, and then your sins will be pardoned when you pray."
4 His most important point is that Christianity mandates that one "love your neighbour as yourself."
5 He based this on Christ's quote that the second great command is "to love your neighbour as you love yourself."
6 Beggar-my-neighbour, also known as Strip Jack naked or Beat your neighbour out of doors, is a simple card game.
7 In the Septuagint, ἐπιθυμέω is the word used in the commandment to not covet: You shall not covet your neighbour's wife;
8 you shall not covet your neighbour's house or his field or his male slave or his female slave or his ox or his draft animal or any animal of his or whatever belongs to your neighbour.
9 While coveting your neighbour's wife may involve sexual desire, it's unlikely that coveting a neighbour's house or field is sexual in nature.
10 One of his most famous quips was: "A recession is when your neighbour loses his job.
11 The presiding judge in the case noted that "manipulating in public that of your neighbour which is a gift given exclusively to males by nature" violated a federation rule protecting a player's dignity.
12 Dear Middlesex, dear vanished country friend, Your neighbour, London, killed you in the end.
13 The rule that you are to love your neighbour becomes in law, you must not injure your neighbour;
14 You must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you can reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbour.
15 I doubt whether the whole law of tort could not be comprised in the golden maxim to do unto your neighbour as you would that he should do unto you."
16 It helps explain how the Serbian national consciousness has been molded and how ideas of national liberation became inextricably intertwined with killing your neighbour and burning his village."
17 The unknown author of the text concentrated on the love of God in movements 2 to 5 and added one movement about the love of your neighbour in movement 6, continued in the concluding chorale, the third stanza of Martin Luther's "Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist".
18 How else are you to ask for sugar from your neighbour? Warmth is not the sine qua non of community formation but guards against instrumentalist relationships.
19 The Babylonian Talmud (500 AD) notes the human tendency toward projection and warns against it: "Do not taunt your neighbour with the blemish you yourself have."
20 The Torah instructs followers to treat neighbours equally and to be generous to have nots such as stating: You shall not oppress your neighbour [...] but you shall love your neighbour as yourself: I am the Lord.
21 Another key statement in the New Testament that is an important component of Christian socialism is Luke 10:25–37 that follows the statement "You shall love your neighbour as yourself" with the question "And who is my neighbour?" In the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
22 This online resource features local news, relevant topics, timely information and updates, “Meet your Neighbour” and “Meet your Local Business” segments, a Calendar of Events, open house listings, safety tips, and community resources.
23 In Kiddushin 41a states that a man should not marry a woman he has not seen, lest he come to violate Love your neighbour as yourself.