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Daily Kabbalah Bites - 19-07-10

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The Society And I    

We must be included in the society, and we must exert efforts to discover the Upper Force.

We constantly need to arouse, in the society, the need and necessity for the help of the Creator. All our endeavors in the group-the connection and the studies-need to be for the purpose of awakening the revelation of the Upper Force that dwells in us.

In the article "Freedom of Choice," we learn that for a society to operate correctly, the values of the society need to operate on the friends. The environment for the person must be organized in such a way that he can't oppose it, and that against his will, he will receive the values of the society even though they are against his nature. Each one of us has to see that by not accepting participation in the society, he is scorning and rejecting it. This is the law. After a certain period of absorption, which becomes shorter with the years since people come to us more prepared, each one needs to know and feel that this is the condition to enter the society; that is, you are either included in the society or you are thrown out. 


  -from the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/19/10 (minutes 40-46)


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