Buddhists have interesting terminology related to conduct. Instead of having "ten commandments" they have ten non-virtues. The first and most important is not killing any living being. The second is not stealing, not taking what isn't "freely offered". The third is not committing sexual misconduct, adultery. The fourth is not lying. The fifth is not using divisive speech. The sixth is not using harsh speech. The seventh is idle talk. The eighth is craving or coveting. The ninth is harboring ill will. The tenth is having "wrong view", which means not regarding karma as the cause of the first nine non-virtues. IMO, these are much more challenging to keep than the Ten Commandments. It is nearly impossible to post on a political forum and be free of creating non-virtue. Just the non-virtue of idle chatter alone is broken, even if no harsh or divisive words are written. These are difficult to keep even if you only post on a Buddhist forum with practicing Buddhist practitioners. Comments?