The End Of A Bad Start Or The Beginning Of A Successful End

Dr. Michael LaitmanOpinion: (Gideon Rachman, The Financial Times): “Could things go bad again? I mean really bad – Great Depression bad, world war bad? The kind of cataclysmic event my generation has learned to think belongs only in the history books.

“There is certainly a sense of foreboding in Europe at the moment. Speaking in Berlin on Monday night, Radoslaw Sikorski, the Polish foreign minister, warned: ‘We are standing on the edge of a precipice.’  President Sarkozy of France cautioned recently: ‘If the euro explodes, Europe would explode. It’s the guarantee of peace in a continent where there were terrible wars.’”

My Comment: Kabbalah teaches us to see the next stage of development (evolution) in the realization of a mistake. We shouldn’t go against the movement of nature; rather, we just need to change the worldview and see that the world is integral and fully interconnected.

We used to develop in our individual egoism, and according to the law of evolution, we have to begin to connect into a single mass: the system of mutual guarantee. It is to our detriment to make a step back and try to stay in the previous egoistic individualist paradigm (worldview).

After all, nature has its own plan, and we are in it. If we go against this plan, we will plunge into suffering. We must begin integration immediately: educate society, explain to everyone, not the cause of the crisis and ridiculous attempts to get out of it, but how to use it to rise to a qualitatively new level.

We have two options: to learn from suffering (hunger, cold, and war) or to reveal the next stage through our transformation and correction. This could be easily done by the method of Kabbalah. This method of changing society from egoistic to integral has been waiting for this particular application for thousands of years.

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