TEN COMMANDMENTS OF A GOOD PANAMERICANIST
- Be sincere, but without offending people. The desire to serve and not hurt
others should be the guiding light of your sincerity.
- Do your utmost to awaken not only in yourself, but in all those around you,
the latent ethical sense that is innate to all human beings.
- Create a cordial atmosphere around you by being always courteous, understanding
- Rejoice if you are a responsible person; re-educate yourself if you are
not. Responsibility is one of the pillars on which the success of Pan Americanism
- Be enthusiastic. Your enthusiasm will increase your efficiency and allow
you to reap great satisfaction.
- Be discreet and tactful in dealing with your co-members.
- Love your Table; by loving it you love your Neighbor and also God.
- Respect yourself and respect others, but remember also that you have the
right to demand that you be respected.
- Interest yourself sincerely in everything around you. This sincere interest
will allow you to develop your potentials to the maximum.
- Act with loyalty, but don't let the maximum expression of that loyalty be
your unconditional support to a person, but rather, support to a cause: Union,
Friendship and Good Will.
Margarite S. De Kelley, Monterrey P.A.R.T. 1964
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