10.08.2011: This is to continue my message below (sorry I had to break it up - apparently too many characters to send ist time It does not include- 'do unto neighbors what you will accept'. "Love your neighbor as yourself" is fair, however, I would even prefer- "love your neighbor more than you love yourself". No? And we must always add the #1 Golden rule before that- "Love God and do (His) good", then "love your neighbor more than or at least, as yourself". Before I respond again to your blog, I wonder if you have any comments to make at this stage - eg have you found out who the interpreter was, and was the man "nodding" the author of the translated words ? Who were the others featured ? We should perhaps personally invite superego to join the discussion to enliven the "audience". But for the time being, I am gathering educative material which should be of interest to men and women of good-will, which should highlight the fact that reform is desperately needed "across the board" (in all areas for religious change), to gain us all access to a better "way" - equality for men and women. After all, none of us want to be treated in a manner that we would hate for our own selves (and yet this blot on our very humanity is still bandied about as "religious" by uncaring men in their treatment of women. Regards Donald Chalmers - aka "a piper too"