A version of the golden rule is at the heart of every religion.
Rhys Southan pens a crushing essay against the idea humans should extend the golden rule to animals.
It is a bet that the existence of the golden rule in almost every major religion is no cosmic coincidence.
Their golden rule is moderation—especially in the good things.
If he had, he would know the golden rule of being interviewed by the police: ask for a lawyer and say nothing.
He believed in the golden rule and he practiced it--not only in church, but in business.
Every age has needed a revival of the golden rule in business.
We bore in mind the golden rule: "Never agree with a man who abuses his own country," and got on well enough.
Remember the golden rule, “Do unto others as you would that they should do unto you.”
We borrowed the golden rule from Confucius, after it had seen service for centuries, and copyrighted it without a blush.