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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 12-08-10

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Build It Together    

We build the connection together.     

Entering the New Internet system and actively participating in it brings very great results. Even answering 2-3 questions operates internally as great strength. It works and is worthwhile. Operating within the system is the helping force, truly the Upper force. Arvut (mutual guarantee) and shared concern exist there.

The questions in the system need to be a little broader, and don't have to be connected to the text itself since it can be that not everyone understands the text. This cooperation between us needs to be at a very simple and clear level for everyone. The benefit is actually the participation in the system. The system wasn't designed for learning, but for everyone's participation: men, women, young, and old. It needs to be clear to everyone.

All that the wisdom of Kabbalah talks about is connection, thus it is desirable that the system deals with Arvut and connection. The questions don't need to be clever or sophisticated but should interest the general, mutual Kli so that everyone will have the chance to participate, including beginners. It doesn't matter if you answer the question correctly or not, but that you participated and entered your desire into the system.

 

-from the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 8/12/10 (minutes 34-40)

 
 
 
 
 

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