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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 02-07-10

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A Spiritual Example

We must be like the Higher One in each thing, also in independence.

If you would feel that someone Above was taking care of you, you would develop like an animal even towards spirituality, because you would be dependent on that same Higher One. You would receive, forcibly, His example, like children who receive an example from elders, and thus advance.

Spiritual development is a special development, unlike development in our world. I myself must find my future state without an example from the Creator. I must search which actions I must do and in what way. I must search for myself which patterns of behavior, which thoughts, and which desire I need to have. I myself create the Creator and build within myself the example.

We must be like the Higher One in each thing, also in independence.  And just like there is not another like Him, there is also not another like you. You must build by yourself all of the rungs on the path.

 

-from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/02/10 (minutes 87-90)

 
 
 
 
 

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