I have often given the example of the mathematic structure (according to Landau) of two digits: 1 and 0, (the Creator and the created being, the Light and the vessel). But how do the two connect?
The point is that our world is integral and infinite and if we try to imagine it in numbers, we will cut off the connection with Ein Sof (Infinity). There is a gap, Ein Sof, between every two consecutive numbers. In every event (we observe), which is real and concrete, there are its past, its future and all the other possible events (states), which exist simultaneously.
Can we attain what is missing between the numbers, the events, the attainable and the unattainable, the existent and the non-existent, the something and the nothing?
There is a void between two fixed torques, but it is in this gap that the changes take place when the old picture of the world disappears and a new picture appears “as if from nowhere,” but with slight modifications.
The source of this is the raising of MAN (prayer) from the previous state, through all the worlds, to Malchut of Ein Sof, that includes all the analogous states which later descend, down the ladder of His Providence, taking on the form of the concrete, numerical, quantal future states.
Hence, through the world of Ein Sof, the past and the future are locked, and this is a step (a change of step is the Reshimo—reminiscences, and a quant is the minimal change) in the development and the movement of the world towards its goal. Thus, there are constant gradual changes in the world, and every change is discrete and fragmented. But eventually they all fill themselves until the perfect state, because every discrete change is recorded in the world of Ein Sof.
Anyone who can (by using the method of Kabbalah) connect to the source in the world of Ein Sof, finds the answers to all the questions in the Upper (above consciousness), and feels the new existence internally.