Egyptian Negative Confession

This is one of many versions of the Egyptian Negative Confession. The dead were required to recite this in order to be judged fit to enter Amenta, the realm of the dead:

I have not harmed anyone;
I have not wronged my kinfolk;
I have not committed evil;
I have not consorted with evil people;
I have not committed acts of abomination;
I have not done less than duty requires;
I have not attempted to gain undeserved honors;
I have not oppressed anyone;
I have not treated any God or Goddess with disrespect;
I have not defrauded anyone;
I have not done what the Gods and Goddesses detest;
I have not caused anyone to oppress another;
I have not caused anyone to suffer;
I have not allowed anyone to go hungry;
I have not caused anyone to weep;
I have not killed anyone;
I have not caused anyone to be killed;
I have not caused pain to the multitude;
I have not taken offerings intended for the temple;
I have not taken food meant for the Gods and Goddesses;
I have not taken food meant for the spirits;
I have not consorted with pedophiles;
I have not entered the temple in an impure state;
I have not cheated in the measuring of grain;
I have not encroached upon the fields of others;
I have not taken the land of others;
I have not added to the weight of the balance;
I have not cheated with the pointer of the scales;
I have not taken milk from babies;
I have not driven animals from their pastures;
I have not captured geese from the preserves of a God or Goddess;
I have not caught fish with fish bait;
I have not obstructed water that should run;
I have not broken a canal of running water;
I have not neglected to make temple offerings;
I have not taken cattle from the property of a God or Goddess;
I have not rejected the Gods and Goddesses in their manifestations.
I am pure. I am pure. I am pure. I am pure.

[Egyptian Book of the Dead Chapter CXXVI]