And the commandments are:
- Do not travel abroad before you know the most beautiful country in the world – your homeland;
- When you travel abroad, don't forget that you have to behave there so that the country can be proud of your arrival abroad. You represent the entire nation.
- Before heading to a country, get to know the literature to avoid travelling blind. Read the belles-lettres of this land so it gets close to you.
- Try to get acquainted with this country, even if you stay for only a short time. Try living the life, not only to eat and drink well.
- Even if you are travelling in a group, try to learn phrases in the language of the country you are travelling. They can come in handy.
- Try to be pleasant everywhere abroad and not to be a burden. Adapt to the customs of the country to travel. Don't be too loud in England, refrain from criticizing church in religious communities.
- Don't travel only where it's fashionable.
- Don't travel to boast, but to learn.
- When you're abroad, don't praise everything you see there. Consider whether there is something worth praise in your home country. Be critical, but fair.
- Don't travel to countries you are not welcome in.
The 1933 calendar is available at the National Library of Latvia.