1- Proclaim the natural dignity and inherent worth of all human beings.
2- Respect the life and property of others..
3- Be tolerant of others' beliefs and lifestyles.
4- Share with those who are less fortunate and assist those who are in need of help.
5- Do not dominate through lies or otherwise.
6-:Rely on reason, logic and science to understand the Universe and to solve life's problems..
7- Conserve and improve the earth's natural environment.
8- Resolve differences and conflicts without resorting to war or violence.
9- Rely on political and economic democracy to organize human affairs.
10- Develop one's intelligence and talents through education and effort..
These can be compared to MOSES' TEN COMMANDMENTS:
(Exodus 20: 1-17, approx. 1200 B.C.)
1-You shall have no other gods before me.
2-You shall not make for yourself an idol.
3-You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God.
4-Remember the Sabbath, and keep it holy.
5-Honor your father and your mother.
6-You shall not kill.
7-You shall not commit adultery.
8-You shall not steal.
9-You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
10-You shall not covet your neighbor's wife [neighbor's house, etc.]
The late George Carlin introduced his "Two Commandments," a revised "pocket-sized" list of Moses' Ten Commandments ending with the additional commandment of "Thou shalt keep thy religion to thyself." [http://www.skeptic.ca/george_carlin_ten_
I wonder how he would compare his two commandments to the Humanist Commandments!