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Four Commandments

Gurdjieff's father taught that these commandments should be followed from chidhood to age 18

First - To love one's parents.
Second - to remain chaste.
Third - to be outwardly courteous to all without distinction, whether they be rich or poor, friends or enemies, power-possessors or slaves, and to whatever religion they may belong, but inwardly to remain free and never to put much trust in anyone or anything.
Fourth - to love work for work's sake and not for its gain.
>from MEETINGS WITH REMARKABLE MEN by G. I. Gurdjieff


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