Tony Medina gave us his poem, "Ten Commandments of a Street Poet," my favorite of which is #10; "Don't let the 20th Century end with a panel discussion".
Give us your own Ten Commandments. Hell, make it eleven. Make them long, make them brief. Keep them honest. Include for us at least one with the theme of 'A Cure' for something - for convenience's sake and our sense of purpose, as well as an 'ill' somewhere in there, since every good cure needs a good ill.