Our desire has to be common. Each of us has two parts: the male and female. I influence you, and you influence me and others, while others influence me again and so forth. It can’t be that I care solely about myself. I will never be able to fill myself.
Within the common organism I can only fill others by passing them my desire or my fulfillment. I will not be able to independently direct something straight to myself.
This is the meaning of the integral system. Its essence lies in the fact that no one is able to provide anything to himself through his own power, but only through the environment. And this, too, is only possible if one does not think about himself, but only about his friends. Then his efforts come back to him if, of course, he does not think that they will indeed come back to him.
From the 4th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 4/14/2011, Passover Brochure
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