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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 15-04-10

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He Whose Deeds Outnumber His Wisdom

First we should reach the feeling; after feeling comes understanding.

First we need to reach the feeling and then, following the feeling, will come understanding, like a growing child who experiences the world by touching and putting things in his mouth, even without understanding. First you have to experience things, and then they start to make sense.

Intellect is the result. When you put reason before feeling it is called "Him whose deeds outnumber his wisdom." "Act" is correction, and if I worry about wisdom more than correction, it is wrong, and we need to be very careful about it. "Not the wise one learns."

The right work to do during the study is to think of my soul and not of the mind. The mind will just come after attainment, out of my familiarity with the true reality.

We should not just wish for wisdom. This approach stops development. The approach we should have during the study is that I don't know anything but I want to feel, because this desire is called feeling, after correction.

 

 -from the 2nd part of the daily Kabbalah lesson (minutes 23-29)

 
 
 
 
 

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