21st Century King James Version
12 Therefore, all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them; for this is the Law and the Prophets.
13 “Enter ye in at the strait gate, for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there be who go in thereat.
14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.
Note also that this is the passage referenced, along with his own situation, when the then-unknown poet William Ernest Henley wrote what came to be known as "Invictus", only he wrote it as "straight the gait", referring to his life ahead after extensive surgery on his remaining leg to save it from amputation. He had one lower leg amputated as a teenager due to tuberculosis messing him up, and it looked like the other one would need to be too, until he traveled to a specialist at his own expense to get some advanced surgeries done. This was back in 1875 when just one surgery could easily kill you from being done wrong or from infection.
This same poem became a point of obsession for Nelson Mandela during his incarceration, and while the media often simps unbearably for Mandela, discounting a lot of extremely cruel and immoral things he did in his early life, it really did have a big effect on him and changed his perspective and whole character and goals to be a much gentler and better person, even though it was written by a European.
Religion is the subject of a lot of hatred, some of it deserved, but the myths and lessons of the Hebrews bound together with the teaching of an ultimately pacifist revolutionary martyr from Roman-occupied Judea is the best selling book in the world over so many centuries for a reason.
Everyone should read the book at least once, if only to understand history, culture, and the rise of modern human philosophies. The Hebrews had very developed empathy and introspection for a clan of sheep herders.