Here they are in the original Japanese. 

Kyo dake wa, Ikaru na, Shinpai suna, Kansha shite, 
Gyo o hage me, Hito ni shinsetsu ni

Just for Today, Anger not, worry not, with appreciation, do your work, be kind to all people

There are many different translations which aim to capture the essence of the precepts or principles.
Mikao Usui, on his tombstone, asked people to say them, in the morning and in the evening, with the hands held in ‘gassho’ or prayer position.

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