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Sparks

Why is it easier to connect as a group than with a single person?

It is easier to connect as a group than it is as individuals since when we are one-on-one we go into the personal attributes of one another and not above them. We need to connect above the personality, above our nature, in a mutual connection of bestowing one to the other, in a connection of bestowal and not one of reception.

In each one, the spark is awakened, and it is these sparks that connect. We reveal the Light among the sparks. We reveal the Creator. The moment that we all are above our ego, above our nature, and want to connect for one purpose, it is easier to connect to it. When you speak to a person, it isn't his spark that speaks to your spark, and you enter a connection on the animate, human level.

The power of the Congress can connect all of these sparks, letting our sparks feel spirituality, above our egos.  This operates on everyone since this is the power of environment.

 

- from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 10/08/10 (minutes 52-54)

 
 
 
 
 

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