The Inner Group, Not External

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: How should one perform his clarifications in relation to the group: talk to them, act together, or be in one place physically?

Answer: “Everything is clarified in the thought,” and nothing can be seen from the outside. A person can appear indifferent, even rude, impatient, not expressing his good attitude towards others. Perhaps, he has such a character, or he pretends on purpose, so not to weaken his great internal efforts.

One has to look for the inner image of the group, the place where all our desires, thoughts, goals, common hopes exist, and to cling to it. Judging by its external manifestation, it may be difficult for you to accept the group. It will come later, when you stop paying attention to externality because “love covers all sins.”

You came to this place because the people who gathered there have the points in the heart, so get closer to these inner points.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 5/15/2011, Writings of Rabash

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