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One's Attitude Depends on the Connection  

How does one relate to constant changes in the attitude to spirituality, from absolute agreement to absolute rejection?

The connection between us is the Kli (vessel)  that we must correct. Thus implementation of our work is through the friends. The implementation is the connection among us. Why?  Because among the friends we build a connection of criticism and reaction from them. Thus in a constant way we will receive the place for work and the ability to change.

The correction of the Kelim is done by the Lights that reach us at the time of studies. If we come to study the wisdom of Kabbalah with the goal that the studies will connect between us, and through that we will discover the Force of bestowal and love, the Creator, in order to give Him satisfaction, which is like satisfying the friends, then the studies transform into the Torah, the source of Light, the elixir of life.

If we come to the studies in this way and examine our connection to the friends, in the most internal way, and really are concerned about this, then we will come to absolute agreement in our relation to spirituality. When we do not connect the components this way during the studies, then the studies don't lead to correction of the Kelim but the opposite, and the Torah transforms into a deadly poison and absolute non-agreement.

 

 - from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 02/15/11 (minutes 36-40)

 
 
 
 
 

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