Question: A couple of years ago the world found itself in an economic crisis. Today the world is in a political crisis. It seems we share a common agenda, tendencies, and even thoughts. Where does this global synchronization come from?
Answer: We are all interconnected in a common system. And I am not referring to our “inventions,” like the Internet or cellular phones. We exist in a net of forces and are scattered around it like little balls. This net internally connects us to one another.
Whether we like it or not, all of our thoughts, desires, and actions interact, mutually influencing each other. Consequently, certain events take place in certain places, according to the program within the net.
Who are we? We are derivatives, created beings. And this is why we should not judge the world according to its external appearance, as if we actually do something ourselves. The telecommunications network is not the reason for our connection, but it is a sign of it. It attests: Now we are ready for the net of forces to engage us even more. The World Wide Web also stands for a new stage of our egoistic desire, evoking even stronger responses from this common net.
In any case, we are activated by this net, we do not build it. We should not be misguided by the thought of creating the Internet and now being united by it. We can create anything, but this will not add a drop of unity. I am referring to a projection, a sign of an inner total interconnection, a part of which has clearly manifested, let us say, to the extent of five percent.
These connections around the world will undoubtedly only keep strengthening. The world will become inseparable and viscous, and we will see things that have never existed before.
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 3/9/11 on Time