Puzzle “Adam HaRishon”

Dr. Michael LaitmanThe system of Adam HaRishon (First Man) consisted of one desire which later was broken and divided into 600,000 pieces, like a puzzle. All of these parts are now separated by various obstacles in that they do not feel their connection and do not want to be connected. They hate and repel one another. We can see this from people’s behavior in this world.

Puzzle Adam HaRishon

We have to correct this disconnection and become connected. First we study our breakage, and after that we study the opposite, connection. We begin to get to know the Creator and His actions from comparing these two actions.  This is called “knowing the Creator through His actions.” As a result of our study, we elevate ourselves to the level of the Creator. We understand the thought of the creation, its purpose, and everything from the beginning to the end. We elevate ourselves higher than the creation.

The entire creation, everything that has happened to it and will happen, exists within this square, this puzzle. If we know how to match the parts of this puzzle, how to connect them together, we come to know everything about the creation and the Creator who created it. All we have to do is to put this puzzle together.
From the Convention In France “One For All And All For One,” Day Two 5/10/14, Lesson 3

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  1. Certainly, there must have been more than 600,000 fragments because there are more than 600,000 people on Earth? (Are there now more than 600,000 fragments because, as we procreate, we continue to fragments those original 600,000 fragments? Also, if Adam HaRishon was the first person to become like the Creator (and so that’s why he is called the first man) then: 1. Why did he have the burst of egoism that is probably what got him shattered and kicked out of the garden? 2. What happened to all of the other people who were contemporary with Adam but who had not become like God as did Adam HaRishon? 3. What is the difference between Adam HaRishon and Adam Kadmon?

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