Should we treat others in the same manner as we wish to be treated
Treat others as you want to be treated essay
Now more than ever, the Jews need to restore this principle of “Love your neighbor as yourself” and in so doing become a light unto the nations, i.e., a positive example for all of humanity to follow. They need to treat each other as brothers. In so doing—seemingly overnight—there will once again be peace between Jew and non-Jew. The stethoscope is in their hands.
Treat others as you want to be treated
It does seem that throughout history, whenever a society or group of people are going through any hardship that the Jewish people are the scapegoat. We somehow think we can runaway from this. If only we blend in a little more or criticize ourselves a little harder, then people will not hate us so much. In reality however, it doesn’t seem like anything we do can actually stop this from happening. It makes sense to me now after watching this. It seems like the purpose for the hate is to make us remember that we need to get along with each other, that we actually entered into a covenant with each other before G-d. It seems like we are being pushed to remember this covenant. When Jews treat each other as a dysfunctional family, it appears that the world becomes more and more dysfunctional.