Question: What is group preparation for the lesson, and does it evoke the Surrounding Light to a greater extent?
Answer: Group preparation for the lesson requires everyone to take on responsibility for the entire group. What is meant by the principle of “If I am not for me, who is for me?” It means that I am responsible for the awakening of the group, and in this way, I tip the scale for the whole world to the cup of mercy.
I make sure my friends never forget about the goal. Why are we here? What degree are we to attain? We strive to attain the degree of “man” (Adam), similarity to the Creator. This must be extremely important for us. Then, we will not forget about what matters during the lesson and will not be distracted by foreign thoughts.
I make sure this happens to all of my friends. I help everyone stay on track by caring for them. We are looking at a fairly quick process on the way to success when the entire group operates this way.
An individual can only succeed if he is the chosen one, a special soul. We are only saved by unity. I do not see any chosen people here. Every person assumes that there is an individual path for him. However, he is absolutely wrong, especially in our time when there is no need for chosen people. On the contrary, today, the masses need to join in the process of correction.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 3/1/2011, Writings of Rabash