“You Will Take Much Seed Out To The Field, Yet You Will Gather In Little”

laitman_741.02Torah, Deuteronomy 28:38: You will take much seed out to the field, yet you will gather in little, for the locusts will finish it.

This is about the fact that you work, but receive nothing; the locusts destroy everything because you do not deserve to get the correct harvest.

You plant your egoism (the correct seeds), but you cannot grow them properly and turn them into good deeds. Your egoism works for itself and not for bestowal, and therefore everything is eaten; everything disappears.

Question: But if I planted these seeds, doesn’t it mean my intention was correct?

Answer: No. You wanted to reap a harvest from them. And since the seeds were planted with the wrong intention, the locusts devour the sprouts and you receive nothing from them. That is, you receive, but only in order to exist further, trying to figure out what the problem is.

If we look at life in this way, then really there is nothing we can do after this. We are facing a half-starved existence until there is the next opportunity to plant and grow a harvest. After all, this is not about today’s development of biotechnologies and such. If you have a harvest, you live, and if you do not, you die.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 12/14/16

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