Answer: It isn’t money but the efforts which are measured. Money is a bag of gold or silver, which is weighed and measured according to the force of gravity and how much of that force I have over the size of the bag according to which I can bestow. This is how it can be explained from the perspective of physics.
Question: What is the spiritual root of debts?
Answer: It is our debt to the Creator, which is manifested between us in this way.
Question: If my profession involves breaking the law, does the wisdom of Kabbalah distinguish between how money is made, or does money have no smell?
Answer: Money has no smell only if you don’t use it to harm other people.
Question: How should I relate to someone who borrowed money from me but doesn’t pay it back?
Answer: You have the right to demand your money back in any way you find fit: by taking him to court or any other way. But at the same time you have to take into account the economic situation of the person who owes you money. Perhaps he really cannot pay back his debt. In that case you should not “kill” him.
Question: Is the banking system a parasite living off society or can it benefit the world?
Answer: Today it is already a very big parasite living off society. The banking system is basically meant to convey money to places that are short of money. For example by being an intermediary in payment in industry, etc., but since the banks started thinking only about themselves, the banking system has become a parasite. The bankers receive huge salaries from the money that we deposit in the banks. What is more, they have billions in profits from using the public’s money.
Question: Money and success go hand in hand. Can one be successful by using the wisdom of Kabbalah?
Answer: Yes, that’s possible but only if you begin to seriously engage in drawing the Upper Light unto yourself through the group. Then you will be happy, healthy, successful, and rich, both spiritually and in your corporeal life.
Question: If I find some money, do I have to look for the person it belongs to?
Answer: If you have no information who the money belongs to, then according to the Torah you don’t have to look for the person it belongs to. At the same time, according to the Torah, you may have to bring the money to the police.
Question: Does the obligation to work for a living also refer to women?
Answer: Today yes.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 4/3/16