Judaism, Jewish mysticism, hence Go-d, hence truth, hence goodness, hence kindness, has simply one single rule: never shame – this is the meaning behind the story, that when a gentile asked Hillel “what is the basis of Judaism?” he said – “never do to another that which you don’t want” – the meaning behind this is, we never wish to be shamed – even, or perhaps especially, if we did something wrong – I am not your judge, nor you mine – now this doesn’t mean I should ignore you – the notion of liberty is a mistake – I have a duty as a brother to support, protect, guide (without shaming)

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