How Can We Change Our Society?

laitman_938_03Question: My friend listens to your lectures and finds them very interesting. The problem is that he cannot advance in his study since he works 14 hours a day in order to provide for his family and his kids; he cannot change that. When your organization affects what happens in the world, will my friend and others like him join the process of correction?

Answer: Our organization will be able to affect what happens in the world when many people like your friend join us.

Question: However, there is no way that he can join you.

Answer: He can join us, just like everyone else. He can begin to learn how to connect and how to turn our society into one whole through the wisdom of Kabbalah. When part of society begins to unite, it will affect all of the others.

Kabbalah explains how we should unite so that a special force will appear between us, like small signal that enters an amplifier and exits much stronger. This is exactly what we can do with our society. We need to learn how to unite a small number of people who can change the whole system, the whole country.

We don’t operate according to socialistic principles or any other movement from the left or the right side of the political map. We live according to the education method of the wisdom of Kabbalah that teaches us how to coexist with all of humanity and be compatible with the laws of nature, in cooperation and unity. Since we are trying to get closer to the level of connection in nature, an enormous force of overcoming is revealed in us through which we can do everything.

Question: Does that mean that it is enough to understand the idea and to support it?

Answer: Basically, yes. This is the reason that your friend need not leave his job in order to study the wisdom of Kabbalah in depth. It is enough if he is in contact with us. There are thousands in our organization, all working for a living, who simply study how to connect correctly in order to attain the force of overcoming so that we will really be able to influence all of society.
From the Webinar on 1/13/16

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