Harmony in Malchut takes into recognition how others are responding to your changing. As Rabbi Yehudah states in Ethics of the Fathers: “What is the path to be chosen? A path that is harmonious for the person choosing it and harmonizes with those around. Does this mean that we should not change unless our change creates harmony for all? No. Empathy for others does not mean we do not change unless others agree. We change and feel for others whether they can accept it or not. The blueprint is now activated. Engraving it into reality.
by Dr. David Sanders A story is told of King Ptolemy of Alexandria (second century BCE) summoning many learned Jewish scholars to translate the Torah from Hebrew to Greek. He placed them in separate rooms