Understanding The Meaning Of The Torah

Dr. Michael LaitmanThe Book of Zohar, “VaYikra”(The Lord Called), Item 88: …this indicates that there is nothing in the Torah that is weak or broken. When you observe and know it, you will find it is as strong as a hammer that breaks the rock. And if it is weak, it is from you, as it  is written, “For it is no vain thing for you,” and if is empty, it is from you.

If we don’t keep all the conditions, the principles, the definitions, and the rules that are in the Torah, we are left empty. We cannot be filled with the Light that was prepared for us according to our correction.

Unfortunately, an empty reading of the Torah is typical of most of humanity. But a person’s real condition should be revealed to him carefully. It is better if he discovers it by our leading questions. Then, it will be his achievement, and thus he will change himself.

No pressure, not even minimal pressure, will lead to anything. A person must be brought to such a society and to such conditions that he will learn everything in the lessons and the workshops by himself where everyone mutually complements one another. The teacher should sit nearby and correct his students only from a distance.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 10/24/13

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