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Are you putting the Law of Reciprocity to work for you?
Reciprocation flows from Divine Law that can neither be ignored or put aside. Perhaps, the most important of these laws is the 'law of love.' Put simply, "Love is Law, Law is Love. God is Love, Love is God." This amounts to the same thing as "the gift of giving" without the "hope of reward or pay," or serving others. This 'law of love' is identified in many different ways--for example, in Wayne Baker's new bestseller, "Achieving Success Through Social Capital" (Jossey-Bass), this law of love in the workplace is described as the "law of reciprocit
The atom is a basic unit of matter that consists of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons. The atomic nucleus contains a mix of positively charged protons and electrically neutral neutrons (except in the case of hydrogen-1, which is the only stable nuclide with no neutrons). The electrons of an atom are bound to the nucleus by the electromagnetic force. Likewise, a group of atoms can remain bound to each other, forming a molecule. An atom containing an equal number of protons and electrons is electrically neutral, otherwise it has a positive or negative charge and is an ion. An atom is classified according to the number of protons and neutrons in its nucleus: the number of protons determines the chemical element, and the number of neutrons determines the isotope of the element.
More abstractly, a charge is any generator of a continuous symmetry of the physical system under study. When a physical system has a symmetry of some sort, Noether's theorem implies the existence of a conserved current. The thing that "flows" in the current is the "charge", the charge is the generator of the (local) symmetry group. This charge is sometimes called the Noether charge.
Thus, for example, the electric charge is the generator of the symmetry of electromagnetism. The conserved current is the electric current.
In the case of local, dynamical symmetries, associated with every charge is a gauge field; when quantized, the gauge field becomes a gauge boson. The charges of the theory "radiate" the gauge field. Thus, for example, the gauge field of electromagnetism is the electromagnetic field; and the gauge boson is the photon.
Sometimes, the word "charge" is used as a synonym for "generator" in referring to the generator of the symmetry. More precisely, when the symmetry group is a Lie group, then the charges are understood to correspond to the root system of the Lie group; the discreteness of the root system accounting for the quantization of the charge.
The binary numeral system, or base-2 number system, represents numeric values using two symbols, 0 and 1. More specifically, the usual base-2 system is a positional notation with a radix of 2. Owing to its straightforward implementation in digital electronic circuitry using logic gates, the binary system is used internally by all modern computers.
A word is the smallest free form (an item that may be uttered in isolation with semantic or pragmatic content) in a language, in contrast to a morpheme, which is the smallest unit of meaning. A word may consist of only one morpheme (e.g. wolf), but a single morpheme may not be able to exist as a free form (e.g. the English plural morpheme -s).
Typically, a word will consist of a root or stem, and zero or more affixes. Words can be combined to create other units of language, such as phrases, clauses, and/or sentences. A word consisting of two or more stems joined together form a compound.
Word may refer to a spoken word or a written word, or sometimes, the abstract concept behind either. Spoken words are made up of phonemes, and written words of graphemes.
The equality sign, equals sign, or "=" is a mathematical symbol used to indicate equality. It was invented in 1557 by Welshman Robert Recorde. The equals sign is placed between the things stated to be exactly the same, as in an equation. It is the Unicode and ASCII character 003D (in hexadecimal).
Homeostasis (from Greek: ὅμοιος, homoios, "similar"; and ἵστημι, histēmi, "standing still"; defined by Claude Bernard and later by Walter Bradford Cannon in 1929 + 1932) is the property of a system, either open or closed, that regulates its internal environment and tends to maintain a stable, constant condition. Typically used to refer to a living organism, the concept came from that of milieu interieur that was created by Claude Bernard and published in 1865. Multiple dynamic equilibrium adjustment and regulation mechanisms make homeostasis possible.Logical Scenario
Loyola University has invited Professor Geek renown mathematician to speak to an audience of students majoring in physics, math, chemistry or science etc.
Young men and women today I wish to teach you to comprehend the law of reciprocity.
The latter will enable your mind to solve any problem no matter its perplexity.
Atom is the basic building block of all matter (i.e. solid, liquid or gas).
God has composed everything in our Milky Way Galaxy to be composed of atoms.
Atom converts to charges > binary numbers > words or <<<<<< reverse.
Let's hypothesize that an individual, couple or group has encountered a problem that is perplexing whereby he or she desires to solve.
Thought processes will commence in the form of words.
Objective to solve the problem is to work in reverse<<<<< to convert from words to < binary numbers to < charges < atom.
The electrical charge of the atom in its original form is zero. The atomic weight of the electrons that orbit around the outer valence is equal to the weight of the proton and neutron housed within the interior shell of the nucleus.
Solution to any problem means that our objective is to achieve the natural equilibrium of the atom which is zero.
Observe closely that each mathematical problem has been configured by the exact same algorithm.
Problem is always stated to the left of the equals sign and the solution is always stated to the right of the equals sign.
Zero is the net result of subtraction between the problem stated left vs solution stated right.
It doesn't matter how complicated it may appear to solve any problem. The problem and solution will always be equal to each other.
Problem is equal to imbalance whereas solution is equal to balance.
Accounting, finance or economic majors have applied a balance sheet as the rule of thumb to solve any problem dealing with numbers.
If the net result of the balance sheet (i.e. assets vs. liabilities) reflects any figure amount except zero, then an error exist in the bookkeeping.
IRS is a Federal accounting agency. It's role has been to examine each 1040 Tax Return to determine if the bottom line nets to zero.
If the bottom line nets with a plus amount then IRS owes the taxpayer whatever the difference may be.
Conversely, if the bottom line nets with a negative amount, then the taxpayer owes whatever the difference may be.
Moral of my story is: College has neglected to teach students to comprehend the law of reciprocity. God has created our universe to align with the atom to establish balance, equilibrium or homeostasis. Anything that alters God's natural balance results as a problem. The solution is equality to reach the center.Rule 36 Requests for admission
Please check [X] ADMIT or DENY to my following requests for admission:
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Atom is the basic building block of all matter
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Atom forms into molecules, compounds or elements
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Atom produces electrical charges
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Charges convert to binary numbers 0 or 1
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Computers operate on binary numbers
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Computers convert binary to words
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Math is a science to solve problems with numbers
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Algebra translates word problems to numbers
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Equals sign denotes equality of numbers
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Problem and solution are equal to each other
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Find the problem to develop a solution
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Zero represents balance, equilibrium or homeostasis
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Equality must align with the atom
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Inequality defies the atom
- [ ] ADMIT [ ] DENY Love produces equality hatred produces inequality
God's Golden Rule is a statement of equality that aligns with the atom.
Gospel of Jesus Christ is a doctrine that espouses agape love for all mankind.
God is a magnanimous supreme being who expects for all mankind to emulate his power of forgiveness.
God's divine purpose has been to establish his kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.
Government has instituted inequality by its failure to uphold our 14th Amendment of equal protection under the law.
God shall extend mercy and pity upon all God's children who have resorted to anger, hostility of violence unaware that equality engenders peace.
Judgment and/or condemnation incite hatred that leads to inequality of treatment.
Amen!A short essay on the golden rule
The golden rule is endorsed by all the great world religions; Jesus, Hillel, and Confucius used it to summarize their ethical teachings. And for many centuries the idea has been influential among people of very diverse cultures. These facts suggest that the golden rule may be an important moral truth.
Let's consider an example of how the rule is used. President Kennedy in 1963 appealed to the golden rule in an anti-segregation speech at the time of the first black enrollment at the University of Alabama. He asked whites to consider what it would be like to be treated as second-class citizens because of skin color. Whites were to imagine themselves being black -- and being told that they couldn't vote, or go to the best public schools, or eat at most public restaurants, or sit in the front of the bus. Would whites be content to be treated that way? He was sure that they wouldn't -- and yet this is how they treated others. He said the "heart of the question is ... whether we are going to treat our fellow Americans as we want to be treated."
The golden rule is best interpreted as saying: "Treat others only as you consent to being treated in the same situation." To apply it, you'd imagine yourself on the receiving end of the action in the exact place of the other person (which includes having the other person's likes and dislikes). If you act in a given way toward another, and yet are unwilling to be treated that way in the same circumstances, then you violate the rule.
To apply the golden rule adequately, we need knowledge and imagination. We need to know what effect our actions have on the lives of others. And we need to be able to imagine ourselves, vividly and accurately, in the other person's place on the receiving end of the action. With knowledge, imagination, and the golden rule, we can progress far in our moral thinking.
The golden rule is best seen as a consistency principle. It doesn't replace regular moral norms. It isn't an infallible guide on which actions are right or wrong; it doesn't give all the answers. It only prescribes consistency -- that we not have our actions (toward another) be out of harmony with our desires (toward a reversed situation action). It tests our moral coherence. If we violate the golden rule, then we're violating the spirit of fairness and concern that lie at the heart of morality.
The golden rule, with roots in a wide range of world cultures, is well suited to be a standard to which different cultures could appeal in resol
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