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Reproving Another

“‘Who does not know how to be reproved.’ It did not say, ‘To reprove,’ but ‘To be reproved’” (Zohar, VaYeshev). Man wants to reprove others. Everyone wants everyone else to work with vessels of bestowal, for if all the friends worked in bestowal, they would give him everything he needs. However, if he reproved himself, that he should be the giver, then his will to receive would lose. But when the vessels of others work in bestowal, his will to receive profits. This is why everyone wants everyone else to be pure.

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