Deflating The Bubble Of Egoism Without Popping It

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: Will each person be able to keep his occupation and just redirect himself toward the common good? Or will he need to reduce the field of his activity?

Answer: Of course, reductions are inevitable. After all, the crisis continues, and more and more people will become unemployed. It’s necessary to get them involved into the system of upbringing that teaches them the laws of the new world and the principles of unification that Nature demands of us.

Our role is to attract the Light that Reforms through dissemination and education. And then, if everything is conducted optimally, the employment in the world will “sag” softly, like on an air pillow, in such a way that people whose occupations aren’t required for providing basic necessities will smoothly transition to learning. Learning will become their main job.

The technical way it will be executed is not important right now. The Light will give us the intellect and sensation. It will execute everything and will perform the division itself. We only need to attract it, to cause the changes in the world, in ourselves, and on the other hand, to follow nature’s external pressure.

Thus, gradually we will begin to produce less useless things, to contaminate the environment less, to impose on one another less unnecessary services, and to leave the old framework of occupational activities. Production, trade, power, everything will “deflate” to the basic level, to the normal living conditions of human race.

With the help of the new education system, all of those who were vacated from their occupations will be available for unification in which we will begin to discover our next spiritual level, the human degree. After all, in a spiritual sense, all of us are still at the “animate” level of development.
From the 5th part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 10/23/2011, “Peace in the World”

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