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=== The Golden rule ===
=== The Golden rule (rule 9) ===
[[wikipedia:Hillel the Elder|Hillel the Elder]] (c. 110 BCE – 10 CE),<ref>[http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=730&letter=H Jewish Encyclopedia: Hillel]: "His activity of forty years is perhaps historical; and since it began, according to a trustworthy tradition (Shab. 15a), one hundred years before the destruction of Jerusalem, it must have covered the period 30 BCE–10 CE<!--B.C. in the original-->"</ref> used the aforementioned verse of '''Leviticus 19:18''' as a most important message of the [[wikipedia:Torah|Torah]] for his teachings. Once, he was challenged by a gentile who asked to be converted under the condition that the Torah be explained to him while he stood on one foot. Hillel accepted him as a candidate for [[wikipedia:conversion to Judaism|conversion to Judaism]] but, drawing on Leviticus 19:18, briefed the man:
[[wikipedia:Hillel the Elder|Hillel the Elder]] (c. 110 BCE – 10 CE),<ref>[http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=730&letter=H Jewish Encyclopedia: Hillel]: "His activity of forty years is perhaps historical; and since it began, according to a trustworthy tradition (Shab. 15a), one hundred years before the destruction of Jerusalem, it must have covered the period 30 BCE–10 CE<!--B.C. in the original-->"</ref> used the aforementioned verse of '''Leviticus 19:18''' as a most important message of the [[wikipedia:Torah|Torah]] for his teachings. Once, he was challenged by a gentile who asked to be converted under the condition that the Torah be explained to him while he stood on one foot. Hillel accepted him as a candidate for [[wikipedia:conversion to Judaism|conversion to Judaism]] but, drawing on Leviticus 19:18, briefed the man:
{{quote|What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.|[[wikipedia:Babylonian Talmud|Babylonian Talmud]]<ref>{{sourcetext|source=Babylonian Talmud|book=Shabbath|chapter=folio|verse=31a}}</ref>}}
{{quote|What is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow: this is the whole Torah; the rest is the explanation; go and learn.|[[wikipedia:Babylonian Talmud|Babylonian Talmud]]<ref>{{sourcetext|source=Babylonian Talmud|book=Shabbath|chapter=folio|verse=31a}}</ref>}}