Do not do unto others what you would not want
Every human wakes up each morning hoping for improvement in their life from the day before. Why should we be upset that our relatives, neighbours, and everyone else desires the same? Christ says “Do unto others as you would have done unto thyself”. Buddha teaches us to consider other sentient lives have the same value as our own lives, that they have the same desires we do. As nations we look at other nations, and say we are better than they are or they have what we want. The world sees nations as developed, developing or third world based on economics. How many wars have been fought to gain resources from neighbours, at times dividing families? We are all born the same way before dying at some point around 70 years later on average. Imagine the difference that could be made if instead of trying to harm each other, we all tried to help each other, or at least not do any harm to one another.