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Don’t do to others what you don’t want to be done to you,

for whatever harm you do to others you are doing to yourself.

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This is Higher Truth from the Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom as it’s been received, perceived and transcribed by Francisco Valentín

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An abstract from the original transcriber, Francisco Valentin

This is the core precept from The Transcripts that I received, perceived and repeatedly transcribe from The Collective Forces of Knowledge and Wisdom.

Although it may be considered as an ethical principle, in essence, it is the law of rebalancing of the self. This concept is commonly termed as the “Law of reciprocity.” But my words should not be confused with such law because the latter implies that I can treat you wrong if you treated me wrong. Neither my words shall be confused with the “Law of talion,” a.k.a. “An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth” for both imply retaliation.

Although the first half of this precept (“Don’t do to others what you don’t want to be done to you“) is commonly known as the Golden Rule from ancient Sanskrit to Abrahamic traditions, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Mohism, Zoroastrianism and even Scientology, Humanism and Existentialism—this Transcript brings the action, the cause, and the effect through the second half for us to see the whole picture and not simply a rule to be followed.

“...for whatever harm you do to others you are doing to yourself” goes beyond basic concepts as I can see the difficulty in seeing the true meaning of what can otherwise be termed as nonsense. How can it be that I am doing it to myself? Let me explain:

You have probably heard of phrases or saying such as: “What goes around comes around,” “You sow what you reap,” and even “It’s karma.” These phrases are not far from this inalienable truth: “…for whatever harm you do to others you are doing to yourself.

—If you deceive someone, you will be hurting yourself as this person will no longer trust you.
—If you steal from someone, you will be known as a thief and rather than gaining something at someone else’s expense, you will be paying a hefty price for your actions.

On the other hand, this precept also manifests in a collective manner when, for instance, you see people cutting the line on a congested highway exit road and end up making a much larger funnel of their own creation. Those are the ones who don’t realize that others have followed their steps and now more people do what they have done in the past and don’t even realize how they are suffering the consequences of their own actions.

At a broader scale, we all have known of deceiving practices when, for instance, a manufacturer disposes of illegal chemical waste in our water, land, and air, not knowing (or do they?) that it is the same water, land, and air they as well as their loved ones, including their children and the children of their children will be drinking, eating and breathing.

Reaching even further, this precept goes as deep as realizing that we all are the manifestation of the One in individuality form—therefore, every harm that you do to others you are doing to yourself. This can be seen as your reincarnation brings forward experiences you have gone through as the consequences of your previous actions:
For every perpetrator, there is a victim. And what is a victim if not someone who learns not to do what it has been done to them?

I remember not long ago when I read of a prominent woman who belonged to a religious group I care not to disclose, as she was bringing a campaign against accepting homosexuals in her religious institution. She did such a great job spreading awareness to her community that she made it to the local and national news. Not long after, a follow-up article was written when her son publicly declared himself homosexual. Months later I followed up on her story to find out that at the time she was actively promoting a campaign in favor of homosexuality acceptance in her church.

I can go on and on giving you examples you probably have heard, read, seen and even experienced in your own flesh attesting to the words from this Transcript: “Don’t do to others what you don’t want to be done to you, for whatever harm you do to others you are doing to yourself.

None of what I speak is new to any of us. It’s just that we tend to see the speck in someone else’s eye and not the one in ours.

My work is to help you see what the untrained eye cannot see, or for better words, help the untrained mind to perceive what is right in front of you to see.

I invite you to learn what needs to be learned from The Transcript. Invite others as well. The more we are, the fastest the change to a new world seeking peace and harmony among us all.

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