Question: Lately I’ve been meeting people that are telling me that I am doing the wrong things. I’m living my life the wrong way, I’ve the wrong wife. The way I think about life and other things are wrong.
In the group my friends tell me “how things are” as if they “knew” the Creator, as if they were on a higher level. I see people talking to me without respect for how I am and what I can contribute. I try to meet people around me with respect and listen to what they have to say, and I don’t tell them that they are living their lives in the wrong way.
But I am really upset about this, and I don’t know how to survive in this cold world any longer. Is this just my ego showing its face to me? If so, what should I do to correct it? (I have put the question out loud to the Creator, but I haven’t received any answer that I’ve understood anyway.)
Answer: This is the Creator protecting you from pride. Agree with everyone.
Question: I am a student of Bnei Baruch, and I think I understand all of the concepts covered in this blog. However, all of my attempts to explain these concepts to people close to me but outside Kabbalah meet various levels of resistance, ranging from “this is a utopia” to very aggressive outbursts of anger and words I don’t want to repeat here.
What would you advise me to do, except improving my own Kabbalah understanding and intention to achieve adhesion with the Creator?
Answer: Quit talking and study yourself.