Concerning the Obligation of Each Person to Study the Wisdom of Kabbalah
The direction of revealing the secrets of the Torah is the ideal goal in life and reality [because in this case a person acts optimally].
– Rav Kook, The Lights of Sanctity, 1, 132
The secrets of Torah bring the redemption [from egoism and, thus, from all suffering]; they bring Israel [those who desire to reveal the Creator] back to its land [desire – “Ratzon” comes from the word land – “Eretz“].
– Rav Kook, Orot [Lights], 95
Precisely at a time of great peril [to solve the problem as usual, by a world war] and crisis [global, complete interdependence] we should take the best of cures [the path of Light instead of the path of suffering].
– Rav Kook, Igrot [Letters], Vol. 2, pp 123, 125
The young, or those who find themselves heavy [from this world] and of little desire [a point in the heart, an aspiration to the Upper world that arises in the heart, the egoistic desires] for the Inner Light [true nature of the world], must, at the very least, make it a rule to dedicate one or two hours a day to the wisdom of truth. In time, their minds will broaden.
– Rav Kook, Letters of the Raiah, 1, 82
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