Question: All of humanity must reach the ultimate goal. Therefore, any deviation from the right path seems very frightening…
Answer: Essentially, we always correct our movement based on deviation. With every step we take we divert from the precise movement toward the goal—and examine this deviation.
The key is to check the deviation before taking another step. Only one step can be made in the wrong direction, and then a person has to immediately come back, in order to avoid making two, and especially three steps on the false path. In the latter case, a person completely loses the opportunity to examine himself or herself and will stray from the path for sure. (We study this in Talmud Eser Sefirot in the section about the exit of the Light from Partzuf and the connection with the previous states before the 3rd step.)
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 3/28/2011, The Book of Zohar
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