News Report (translated from Israelinfo.ru): The more Israeli cities end up “on the front lines,” the more Israelis from other regions of the country offer their own homes to accommodate refugees from the south. Right now the number of those offering help is much higher than those asking for it.
My Comment: Common misery brings people closer and helps them unite, if they can’t manage to do it otherwise. Perhaps if we try to unite without the wars, then we won’t need any!
Question: Are the people who help others in this world also egoists because they receive something in return, such as a feeling of appeasement?
My Answer: Yes.
Question cont’d: Does that mean that in this world, altruism is impossible without studying Kabbalah?
My Answer: That’s right, because one is not drawing the force of correction.
Question cont’d: Still, aren’t the people who help others in this world behaving “better” than outright egoists?
My Answer: Yes, but only temporarily, until their egoism will force them to change.
Question cont’d: Then what’s the use of helping others in this world?
My Answer: We should help others, but at the same time we have to understand that this is not the solution. It only buys us time and the opportunity to study Kabbalah – and Kabbalah will provide the correction, the treatment of the problem at the root. Then, no one will need help anymore.Giving and Receiving [04:48m]: Play Now | Download