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The Daily Page - 29-08-10

The Daily Page is a collection of excerpts taken from the daily Kabbalah lesson with Dr. Michael Laitman and Bnei Baruch

Unity Day – August 29, 2010: Join Hands With Humanity

 

Today is Unity Day, and many Kabbalah groups and individual students from around the world will participate in it by connecting to us live via the Internet and the Television Channel. In unity we reach the desired result of our entire work, the final outcome of the entire creation because unity is the means, the vessel for the Creator's revelation, when He is revealed "one to One," as it is written in The Book of Zohar.

This is the only reality that we can wish for, where instead of feeling himself, everyone feels "someone" who incorporates into himself all of us. When everybody loses their own "I" and feels only "we" instead, it becomes a completely different reality. It is created "above us" and is called Malchut of the World of Atzilut or Shechina.

The broken souls exist in the worlds of BYA and are considered to be "separated from sanctity," while in the Malchut of the World of Atzilut, above the worlds of BYA, there is the place of our unification. Hence, by aspiring to unite, we build Shechina and in it we reveal the Creator who is called Shochen.

This is why the day on which we all engage in building such unity is a special day. We need to appreciate it and try to connect to it as much as possible!

 

 -from the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 8/29/10

 

The Language Of The Single Soul

 

Rabash, "The Purpose of the Association": We have gathered here in order to create a group in which every one of us will aspire to give pleasure to the Creator. However, in order to achieve this we must first learn to give pleasure or bestow to man. In other words, we must learn to love our neighbor. Only by suppressing one's own egoism is it possible to carry out this commandment of love for one's neighbor.

Sometimes Rabash's articles appear confusing and disorganized. We don't understand why he suddenly cites quotes from one place and then from another. Yet, we have to understand that a Kabbalist does not do anything accidentally. He expresses what he feels and his sensation is the Upper Light clothed into a corrected Kli. If we were in his place, we would write exactly the same thing!

Therefore, even if it seems to us that this text was written in a fashion that does not suit us, we have to understand that if we ascended and stood in his place we would write the same exact words. This is called following the method of Rabash and Baal HaSulam.

 

 -from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 8/29/10

 
 
 
 
 

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