Detecting The Creator

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: What is a group?

Answer: A group is the desire of each one of us to find oneself united with others and the Creator. It is written: “Israel, the Torah, and the Creator are one.” A group is those who strive to connect with one another for the purpose of revealing the force that fills them in this connection.

“I” is my spiritual movement ahead; it is just this movement, nothing else counts. My “I” can be egoistic, set against: “I do not want to connect,” or on the contrary: “I want to connect.” I only take this into consideration.

A group is all the others who want to be together with the same movements, even though they could possibly be set against. And here we are trying to do this together in order to reveal the Creator in our desire, according to the law of the equivalence of form.

We can never reveal Him any other way, but only as the property that we will create between us. This “tool” of ours will elicit what is happening outside of us. We are creating a detector that discovers the Creator to the extent of the sensitivity that we have attained between us.
From Lesson 2 in Moscow 1/16/10, “A Prayer of Many”

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One Comment

  1. When first starting kabbalah, we are told that no one matters but the group. Now that we are farther along in our studies, we are told all people matter. This is very contracdictory. Especially when you know that everyone matters. It does not matter if they’re rich or poor. Some were taught this sense birth. If its to be incorporated in studies down the road sort of speak, it should be spoken about up front.

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