Many commands and useful directives are warnings of what not to do: Don't drive through a red light; Don't put your hand on a hot stove; "Say No to drugs," and so on. In the Manual of The Mother Church, Mary Baker Eddy gives "A Rule for Motives and Acts," and its last sentence is a warning against doing a lot of things wrongly.
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