5 Minutes of Light From The Daily Lesson: The Forces That Depict Reality

The Daily Lesson – 12.11.09

Preparation to the Lesson
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Shamati #14, “What is the Greatness of the Creator
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“Preface to the Wisdom of Kabbalah,” Item 16, Lesson 28
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The Wisdom of Kabbalah and Philosophy”, Lesson 2
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We Are Family

Everyone Is Interconnected

connectWe don’t realize how interconnected we are, but we are connected with others as one body through thousands of links: through desires, intentions, thoughts, efforts, and everything else. The defining factor of a whole, integral system is the fact that if you change any of its elements, the whole system changes completely. Otherwise, the system wouldn’t be a single whole.

Similarly, being global means being connected from every side, in all properties, and in every way. This connection means that each person includes everyone within him. I am me and others are in me, and he is he and others are in him, and the same is true for everyone else.

However, by carrying out the correction, we don’t correct the system itself; we only reveal the connection that already exists in the World of Infinity. We correct the breaking, which is felt only relative to us. We correct our own vision and our own perception. If we correct the connection between us and begin to understand the system we are in, then we reveal that there are no individual elements.

When we move closer to Infinity, we feel that there are no individuals and there is only one whole. Everything is so intertwined that it’s impossible to separate anyone from anyone else.

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A Guide to the Hidden Wisdom of Kabbalah: “As One Unit”
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