Answers To Your Questions, Part 162

Laitman_630_2Question: There are burning candles in the picture at the end of every morning lesson. You talk about eight candles, but there are nine in the picture. Does it mean anything?

Answer: The ninth candle is called Shamash, meaning a servant. It is the most important one!

Question: Moses led the Jews through the desert for 40 years and during this period their shoes did not wear out. What does it mean from the point of view of Kabbalah?

Answer: Their screen (Masach) never failed them; they always were above egoism.
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The Code Of The Torah

Laitman_137Question: If the code of the Torah is similar to a computer code, shouldn’t there be some device where it could be compiled and run? How do we activate this code?

Answer: We don’t activate it. This code is already operating. It has its own internal mechanism, the Light, that drives it. The question is how can we adapt to this action so that it will manage us. To do this, we must become Kabbalists.

The wisdom of Kabbalah explains that there is a code before us, a flowing river of information. If a person wants to enter it and swim along with it, he must prepare himself, enter it carefully, and then gradually swim to the center of the river and find himself within the eternal flow.
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From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 9/4/16

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New Life #819 – Jewish Culture: The Mezuzah

New Life #819 – Jewish Culture: The Mezuzah
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Yael Leshed-Harel

Summary

Why are we commanded to put a Mezuzah on our doorpost? What is the special protection that it provides and what is the purpose of keeping Mitzvot (the commandments) in our life?

Jewish customs, the Mitzvot, are in a structure of a branch and root. They are only the signs of the upper spiritual roots. Abraham broke the statues of the idols in order to show the Babylonians that there are no corporeal means that can protect a person. All the Jewish customs are meant to remind us to be in contact with the upper force through love of others.
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From KabTV’s “New Life #819 – Jewish Culture: The Mezuzah,” 1/26/17

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Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 3/21/17

Preparation for the Lesson

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 Preparation for the Convention in Kiev, “Covenant,” Part 1

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Preparation for the Convention in Kiev, “Covenant,” Part 2

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