New Life #793 – The Remedy For Human Society
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Tal Mandelbaum ben Moshe
Human desire has grown, and as a result, everyone has his own opinion and more factions are created in society. This trend is indicative of human development, but with it, there is a lack of connection between everyone like there is between the various parts of the body.
In the past, the people of Israel consisted of 12 tribes, according to this it is possible to understand that we also require connection and separation.
Today we are like nuts in a sack, and without external enemies we would become completely separated from each other. We need to learn to build a connection above everyone’s ego; without this, we cannot sustain a family, society, and the world.
Human development is expressed by our ability to connect even with people whose opinions are different from ours. The wisdom of Kabbalah teaches how to connect above differences. In order to sustain a good life, we must learn to connect so that no one will exploit others, but will complement them. We lack a positive force for doing this because we naturally only have a negative force, the ego.
We must not destroy the side that is against us; we need to learn to live with it in connection, like plus and minus. The system that connects between two opposing sides is called the middle line.
This method of connection is not only relevant to politics, but to every system of relationship, including couples.
From KabTV’s “New Life #793 – The Remedy For Human Society,” 11/24/16
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