The Torah, “Leviticus” 26:23 – 26:24, 26:26: And if, through these, you will still not be chastised [to return] to Me, and if you [continue to] treat Me happenstance, then I too, will treat you as happenstance. I will again add seven punishments for your sins… When I break for you the staff of bread, and ten women will bake your bread in one oven, and they will bring back your bread by weight, and you will eat, yet not be satisfied.
The phrase, “and you will eat, yet not be satisfied,” means that no filling will satisfy us. The Light of Hassadim that must correct us and raise us to the spiritual level will be revealed in the most sophisticated and difficult forms since we are not prepared for it.
We see firsthand that these problems have been implemented for many years in our world down to the last holocaust. All this is written in a very clear and detailed manner in the system, but we are not compatible with the level we should be on, and so the system introduces corrections that are revealed in such a negative and unpleasant way.
You will eat the flesh of your sons, and the flesh of your daughters you will eat. I will demolish your edifices and cut down your sun idols; I will make your corpses [fall] upon the corpses of your idols, and My Spirit will reject you” (Leviticus 26:29 – 26:30).
We have come across such cases in the corporeal world, too, when in days of terrible famine, parents ate their children.
According to the prophets, there will come a time when merciful mothers will cook and eat their children. This doesn’t mean that people will go mad and start killing babies without understanding what they do. It is about a state that is forced on them by their uncorrected attributes and they will obey blindly.
This is the lowest state on the internal level that refers to the total disagreement with the Creator’s plans. This definitely can be revealed if we continue to disrespect and despise the laws of the upper nature. The Creator simply will bring us to that state.
In Charlie Chaplin’s movie, The Gold Rush, there is a scene in which, being hungry, he hallucinates that his fat friend is a big chicken and begins to chase him with a fork and knife; that is, everything happens inside a person. The Torah tells us about such states on the spiritual level, but we may certainly reach that on the corporeal level.
If you love your children and want them to have a bright future, pay attention to what the Torah says. Let’s learn to love one another.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 11/12/14