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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 20-12-10

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Spiritual Organization  

We need an inner, spiritual organization and all the world will follow us.

We need to attract as many people as possible who have the point in the heart. All of our dissemination efforts just pass by 90% of the population and they don't have the ability to hear us at all. We need to find people who have the point in the heart and teach them to work correctly. If they work correctly, then we will be able to correct the world together.

The remaining population, those that don't have the point in the heart, will follow behind. They will feel that we have a goal, a future and spiritual force, and they will come. The strength of the connection between us, within the group, will cause the rest of the world to follow behind us.

We must have a strong, spiritual organization, and the rest of humanity will already feel this from within them, i.e., that we all belong to the same spiritual body. Thus our work is internal work, between us, through an inner system where all humanity are connected together.

 

 - from the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 12/20/10 (minutes 43-50)

 
 
 
 
 

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