What does the quote "treat as a friend who treats you as a friend, treat your master as an enemy" in the novel God's Bits of Wood mean?

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The directive to "treat as a friend who treats you as a friend, treat your master as an enemy" is based upon an implicit assumption that someone who treats you as a friend must treat you as an equal, not as a slave or servant. If someone treats you as if they...

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