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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 28-12-10

The most outstanding Q & A, excerpts, examples, illustrations, definitions, and advice from the Daily Kabbalah Lesson of Dr. Michael Laitman and Bnei Baruch

Daily Kabbalah Tip

Advice in the daily Kabbalah lesson is recommended, practical tasks for advancing spiritually

 

The Small Is Actually the Big 

Within how much time will I be able to see the results on my child,  if I arrange for him  an environment of learning according to the wisdom of Kabbalah?

Immediate results-within a few weeks you will feel that he has changed. From speaking with the child you will see how much he relates to life in a mature way and differently than before.

The problem is that we relate to the child only according to his small, physical size, but inside he is big! One needs to talk and relate to them as if they are big.

For a child, it is an interesting game being big. It's not correct to descend to them and play at being small. It's a very important principle which all of humanity has been mistaken about. From within the small boy, the child looks at you through eyes of a big person.

 

 - from the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 12/28/10 (minutes 47-51)

 

Daily Kabbalah Definition

Definitions in the daily Kabbalah lesson guide a precise, spiritual approach to terms, & disqualify materialized corporeal definitions

 

A Jew Who Arrives at the Gate of Tears

Who is called a "Jew" and what is called "the Gate of Tears"? 

A "Jew" is one who yearns for unity, to unite with the Creator. One attains the connection with the Creator through the connection between the created beings, from within the Kli (vessel) which is corrected by mutual connection between friends who yearn for adhesion.

When a person begins to think about the friends, then he also begins to measure if he has this urgency to be a "Jew," to be in unity with the Creator, or not. He examines if he has the urgency to be in connection with the friends. It is certainly not a corporeal connection, but a spiritual connection.  It is to the extent that he annuls himself towards them and accepts them as great ones of the generation.

If he sees that he wants this very much but is not able, then this is called that he arrives at "the Gate of Tears."  From here onwards, there is no thought of how to arrive at connection and adhesion with the Creator without his previously fulfilling the first condition, i.e., that he will arrive at connection with the friends. So it turns out that he is already standing across "the Gate of Tears" and he now needs only to try to find the gate, so that he'll have tears, that he'll have urgency.

 

- from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 12/28/10 (minutes 13-20)

 
 
 
 
 

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