Judaism teaches the principles of Productivity, which includes technology and bringing in the people you need to help you create the plan--and we focus on your plan to create your life, which is to fulfill your purpose in life.

Opposite sides of the circle have much in common, and with Judaism, you are addressing issues related to security and capacity. The principles related to security are taught by Rama and Hinduism, and Confucius teaches about functioning within your capacity through Confucianism.

As this segment starts, compare your life to that of Moses. He grew up in the house of the pharaoh, and treated as an equal. He loved the woman who would eventually marry the pharaoh, but was actually a Hebrew, and when the truth became known that he belonged to the slave class, he was driven out. His married a Hebrew. Life is extremely difficult for the slave. Those who oppose you seem to have all the power, but also very difficult events in their life, and their reactions are fear-based.

In the Hindu segment, Rama has come to rescue his wife from her abductor, and wins the battle but their relationship is never the same.

There is a point between Hinduism and Confucianism that relates to the end of life crisis. We are looking at the events associated with Passover. If the opposition to the plan have come up with a plot, they can't pass security issues, and don't move forward to demonstrate their capacity.

It is possible to come away from the end of life crisis, and that takes letting go of the power games and taking back responsibility to create the life you want. Once you deal with security issues, you start function from your own capacity, which is the fear you are working to overcome.

We are looking at husband and wife having different goals, and who you can bring in to help you create your life. Who has the same goal? Will this relationship stay together? Is this a family business between husband and wife, or between brothers or sisters?