One Law For All
The Torah, “Numbers,” 15:29: One law shall apply to anyone who sins inadvertently from the native born of the children of Israel and the proselyte who resides among them.
Question: Why is the study identical for both the children of Jacob and for foreigners?
Answer: It is because we have a multitude of characteristics and desires that we catch and absorb from the outside, from the entire world. The characteristics, thoughts, feelings, and even our habits are called foreigners.
That is, there is one law for all. You cannot say, “I arrived from afar. I was brought up differently, and so I cannot be otherwise.” That has no meaning. If you want to attain a connection with the Creator, you must correct yourself just like everyone else.
There are no exceptions! It could be that, for you, a greater Light of correction is required. Your way may be a little longer, and you may require more support, but, in any case, you must attain the correction equally with everyone and finish it on the same level as everyone else.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 5/13/15
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