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Golden Rule Project at Downtown SLC Farmer’s Market

The Golden Rule Project made it’s first appearance at the Downtown Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market, and it was THE BEST! We collected stories once again, this time asking: “How could we make SLC more kind?” and let me tell you. We had eye opening discussions, thoughtful comments, and most importantly people from all walks of life, […]

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Golden Rule Project at SLC Pride Festival 2017

We had an incredible time at the Pride Festival this year. We gathered stories of acceptance, and as you can see in the following pictures, it was eye opening to see that no matter where you come from, we all have similar stories showing us that common ground that we all have. It’s those little […]

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Formulations

Formulations of the Golden Rule African “One going to take a pointed stick to pinch a baby bird should first try it on himself to feel how it hurts.”  Yoruba Proverb African Traditional (Nigeria) Bahá’í “Blessed is he who preferreth his brother before himself.” Bahá’u’lláh, Tablets of Bahá’u’lláh “Hurt not others in ways that you […]

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Golden Rule Project Blog

I have the great honor of serving as the Executive Director of the Golden Rule Project (GRP). It is a small nonprofit with big dreams. We aspire to touch lives, expand hearts, and improve our connections with each other by reminding all to strive to live the Golden Rule. It is simple yet challenging; a […]

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Scarboro Missions

Interfaith curricula for schools, youth groups and congregations These many curricula provide young people in schools, youth groups and congregations with the experiences, skills and resources to live in a diverse world, to broaden their own identities, and to break through walls that divide them from people of other religious, cultural, and economic backgrounds.  

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