All The Corrections Happens By Virtue Of Righteous Women

What Does the New Year Hold In Store for Us A question I received: Yesterday we held a worldwide women’s conference which was devoted to women’s spiritual development and questions of upbringing and education of the younger generation. What would you say to a woman studying Kabbalah to help her implement Kabbalah in the world?

My Answer: I am very happy that this gathering took place. I was also happy to have the opportunity to speak to women there. I have always said, and I continue to reiterate, that spiritual advancement is impossible without women. Whenever the Torah tells a story about a man, it always mentions the word “Et,” which refers to his female desire, Nukvah. That’s because without a woman, Nukvah, the Shechina, the desire, there is nothing we can accomplish.

We always talk about the Light, but it has to have a place to come and clothe into. This is why women’s desires, their connection with the science of Kabbalah, and their participation are so important. I really hope that even more women will come to Kabbalah and take part in the process of the world’s correction. Then we can be sure that the correction will really happen, and happen quickly.

It is written that the nation of Israel came out of Egypt by virtue of the righteous women. The same is true for all the corrections, and the same was written about the reception of the Torah at the foot of Mount Sinai. Whenever men accomplish great deeds in the world, they do it because women obligate them to do it.

Therefore, I hope that this will happen to all of us together and that we will hold many more such meetings and many more women will attend in order to help all of us and to fulfill this holy work together of revealing the Creator to all the people in the world.

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  1. I also have a bit of dilemma… I spend (quite) a lot of our family income on our (4) children for Jewish studies in US. They do NOT receive Jewish history and education in public schools gratuitously and we cannot afford private school. I spend approximately 15 hours per week working in dissemination, I also work part-time 10-15 hours per week and pay Masser, additionally I teach Hebrew language/reading to offset some of cost for the Jewish education for our children. I don’t mean to be rude, but really, this is real hours, work, and dollars. We don’t have a Kabbalah group for our children – of course they do participate in the lessons from Israel (when they are not in Jewish Sunday school), but seriously what more can we to do!!!! I am exhausted and accordingly our children!

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