Question: What is the difference between a union (Brit) and mutual guarantee (Arvut)?
Answer: Union is a preliminary connection, prior to mutual guarantee, when we just agree to be in connection with each other.
Mutual guarantee is a state when we enter each other’s desires, work together in them: I work on your desires, you on mine, and we provide each other with full mutual support.
I become your guarantor, take you under my wing, think not about myself but about how to provide you with all my resources. And you see what I need and will think how to provide me with your resources.
This mutual support when we mutually fulfill each other’s desires is called mutual guarantee. But at the beginning, it is characterized by establishing union: an agreement is signed, subject to further realization. In principle, this and that work together.
From the Talk about Group and Dissemination 10/23/13