Hello, this is Iceland.
I am sorry to interupt your inter-nets but I want to tell you how to become a better human.
In the old days (well, it is the old days for you, but I am millions of years old, so for me it was like yesterday) my people were Vikings and they had a code to live by. (A Viking has got to have a code).
The code came from Óðinn the Alfather himself, supposedly, and was put forth in 164 poems or proverbs of sorts, that detailed how to become a better human. Here is an example:
Cattle die and kinsmen die,
thyself too soon must die,
but one thing never, I ween, will die, —
fair fame of one who has earned.
If you would like to read 163 more and become a better human, you can find them here.