1 God has told us to follow the truth and remain steadfast in facing all changes. Right is right, wrong is wrong, good is good, evil is evil.
2 Everything we do must be based on our conscience and rationale. We judge or criticize from the standpoint of righteousness. Under no circumstances can we plagiarize or act upon personal sentiment, do things against our clear conscience to self-deceive, distort truths, or turn truths “upside down.”
3 Do not think that people can be bullied or cheated. Do not take crookedness as righteousness, or vice versa. Know that people know right from wrong. What was done will ultimately be disclosed.
4 A modern citizen must have the basic knowledge of what is right for the public from what is wrong; from what is good for the public to what is bad. He needs to cultivate the righteous spirit and kind atmosphere in the society where good citizens are rewarded and bad ones are punished.
“Voices of Heaven, Words of Man,” June 11, 1954