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    • POET’S CODE
      OF ETHICS
    • Attain the Brotherhood of Man ideal by giving
      righteous action and good will serviceto every
      man, instead of taking from him
      that which
      he has
    • Discover that all men are extensions of each other – that man is made for man – and that the hurt of one man is the hurt of all men.
    • Develop character, intelligence, and good citizenship by teaching every man from early youth to be a good neighbor and loyal citizen.
      Walter Russell
      (1871 – 1963)
    • Discover man’s inner Self by awakening within him that spark of divine Light which lies dormant in every man
    • Realize that work done for the material world should be for man’s ennoblement, and not for grinding his Soul out in the years of industrial machines.
    • Know that Man is Mind, not body
    • That he is immortal Spirit
      Not mortal flesh
    • and that he is good
      Not bad
    • Judge the
      righteousness and religion of any man by what he does to his fellow man and not by his beliefs,
      doctrines, creeds
      or dogmas
    • Herbert Spencer
      Walt Whitman
      Edwin Markham
      Mark Twain
      Ralph Waldo Emerson
      Oliver Wendell Holmes
      John Burroughs
      Walter Russell
      Lao Russell