The main natural deontological precept says: “Do not hate your fellow man or through that hatred, injure him unjustly.”
Thus, do not murder or steal.
The natural consequentialist precept says: “Do not, through your actions, make things on the whole worse.”
Thus, don’t be a welfarite, develop your talents, contribute to society within the free market as a productive member thereof (and be compensated accordingly), have the correct libertarian ideology and strive to harmonize private individual initiative and the common good.
Do not make society regret that you were born.
The main Christian deontological precept says: “Love your fellow man and do good to him, both through that love and so that your love may increase.”
Thus, feed the hungry, instruct the ignorant, and perform other works of mercy.
The Christian consequentialist precept says: “Improve the world by leaving something after yourself; produce more than you consume.”
Thus, give to charity, raise good children, deepen and teach libertarianism, save souls.