The Lord spoke to Moses, saying “I have heard the complaints of the children of Israel. Speak to them, saying ‘In the afternoon you shall eat meat, and in the morning you shall be sated with bread, and you shall know that I am the Lord, your God.’” (The Torah, Exodus, “BeShalach”, 16:11-16:12)
In order to understand what “manna” is, we should consider the following comparison. Someone wants to release a new machine, a “3-D printer,” which are filled with proteins, pastas, legumes, soy and much more. You just key into the printer what you want to eat, and shortly you will get the desired dish. We can get sausage that is made of soy and it tastes like meat.
This device has various cartridges: pepper, lemon, etc. When the order is placed, the printer prepares the order and gives it to you on a plate. Have we ordered a spicy smoked barbeque? Please, enjoy! Do we prefer any other flavors? No problem! All these “tastes” are made of one filler ingredient, for example, soy.
So, what is “manna”? The upper Light doesn’t have any particular characteristics; all the properties are set up by the consumer. After all, the printer cartridges don’t have any specific properties; we define the parameters; we choose combinations we want and define them by setting the order. So you think you want meat in the evening and bread in the morning. But in fact, only one product goes in the machine, only the consumer determines the flavor, color, and appearance.
From the TV Program “Mysteries of Eternal Book,” 2/4/13