"I never thought of my fears are camouflage of something else like desire. I don't have immediate recognition that this might be true, so this is something to keep in my mind for further insight."37. Conquer your fears, for each of them represents a camouflaged desire.
I agree, @Mikkael. This rule seems very appealing to me but I do not understand it completely. I can't think of any example from my own life where I can see this as true. It must be that I have not overserved myself enough or in the correct manner. Will be interesting to see if something comes up now that we think more about this.
The meaning of this one seems to me to mean that we should treat things belonging to others as well as we would treat our own things. Here I think of how some people treat things that they rent. Some people just go "crazy" with a rented car for example. Driving it in ways they would never do if it were their own.I'm not sure of this one either, it certainly is not about appropriating things of others but rather acting in the spirit to be free to use what does not belong to me but could be used when appropriate? And when that is? Not sure I'm grasping this.47. Regard what does not belong to you as if it did belong to you.
I will also thank you @Ryan for posting this list. Very interesting!