The Golden Rule Revisited

There may be times when I decide that, even after deep breaths and counting, somebody deserves to hear my opinion on a subject; but even then I vow to temper my responses and respond with the lowest level of intensity necessary. I will think first, “How would I want to be treated in this case?”

So on this Friday and through the weekend and beyond, I hope all you Week-Enders will join me and start a Wave of Gold…

Randy Gaddo, a retired Marine who also served for 15 years in municipal parks and recreation, is now a full-time photojournalist who lives in Peachtree City, Ga.; he can be reached at (678) 350-8642 or email cwo4usmc@comcast.net.

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One comment on “The Golden Rule Revisited

  1. When we were kids, we interpreted it in a revenge-oriented way. He did this to me, so I will do the same to him. Immaturity at its finest! Grandma set us straight, though.

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