If Your Husband Doesn’t Want To Study Kabbalah, Leave Him Alone

love-is-providing-others-with-the-means-to-fulfill-their-point-in-the-heart1Three questions I received from women:

Question: In your post, “The Surrounding Light’s Influence Depends On Your Aspiration to the Future State,” you wrote that the biggest influence of the Surrounding Light occurs during the morning lesson. Does it work the same way for the women studying Kabbalah?

My Answer: The Light comes to a woman from the men’s part of the group and through her participation in dissemination, rather than from knowledge, studying, and the group.

Question: Does Kabbalah deem it acceptable for a woman to make a living by singing, and can she sing about the purpose, the goal in Kabbalah?

My Answer: Yes to both questions.

Question: I began to study Kabbalah, and I would like my husband to study as well, but his interests are completely different. What can I do?

My Answer: Leave him alone.

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  1. Your wording does not suffice… Leave him alone, does that mean “leave him to his own interests but stay in a relationship with him” or “leave him alone and find another partner”?

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