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Духовный путь человека

1. There is None Else Beside Him

It is written, “there is none else besides Him.” This means that there is no other force in the world that has the ability to do anything against Him. And what man sees, that there are things in the world that deny the Higher Household, the reason is that this is His will...

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4. What Is the Reason for the Heaviness One Feels when Annulling before the Creator in the Work

We must know the reason for the heaviness felt when one wishes to work in annulling one’s “self” before the Creator and to not care for his own interest. One comes to a state as if the entire world stands still and he alone is now seemingly absent from this world; and leaves his family and friends for the sake of annulling before the Creator...

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7. What Is the Habit Becomes a Second Nature, in the Work

Through accustoming oneself to some thing, that thing becomes second nature for that person. Hence, there is nothing that one cannot feel its reality. This means that although one has no sensation of the thing, he still comes to feel it by accustoming to that thing...

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12. The Essence of One’s Work

The essence of one’s work should be how to come to feel taste in bestowing contentment to one’s Maker, since all that one does for oneself distances him from the Creator, due to the disparity of form. However, if one performs an act to benefit the Creator, even the smallest act, it is still considered a Mitzva (commandment/precept)....

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153. A Thought Is an Upshot of the Desire

A thought is an upshot of the desire. A person thinks of what he wants, and does not think of what he does not want. For example, a person never thinks of his dying day. On the contrary, he will always contemplate his eternity, since this is what he wants. Thus, one always thinks of what is desirable for him...

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Thou Hast Hemmed Me In Behind and Before

Thou hast hemmed me in behind and before, meaning the revelation and concealment of the face of the Creator, for indeed “His kingdom ruleth over all,” and everything will return to its root because there is no place vacant of him. But the difference is in present tense or future tense, because he who connects the two worlds, discovers in the present His clothing: that everything that is done is a clothing for the revelation of divinity...

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