146. A Commentary on The Zohar
In The Zohar: “When one is born, he is given a soul from the side of the pure beast.” And he interprets that his animate soul, too, agrees to be a servant of the Creator. “If he is further rewarded, he is given a soul of the Holy Wheels.” This means that he has a soul that always longs, and it rolls from place to place. Like an ever turning wheel, it turns and rolls to cling to the Kedusha (Sanctity).