for thousands of years it was very easy for us Jews to see the difference between good and evil – because the Jewish ethical standard was infinitely beyond – but as rabbi Jonathan sacks says – the nations of the world became more Jewish in their thinking – namely having an ethical as opposed to a savagery – it becomes in a certain sense 1,000 times more important to understand that the essence of Judaism is that morality is not arbitrarily decided by men – which in fact the Germans excelled in – but rather, it is divinely inspired – and to the extent that we can submit ourselves to that – the evil and the lust in our instincts and ego will not cause us to be savages