My Thoughts On Twitter 6/15/18

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This will continue until both parts recognize their mission in the world—by uniting, to become the nucleus for unity of the nations of the world.

Jews in the USA and Israel are drifting apart: Israelis to the right and Americans to the left. They are not a nation nor a family. With each new generation, American Jews are disappearing.
From Twitter 6/15/18

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All I Need Is A Ten

laitman_231.03How I can know how many spiritual Partzufim are before me and how many are behind me? Where I am doesn’t matter. What is most important is that I have a ten, which is my spiritual structure.

If I come to adhesion in it, then I reach adhesion throughout the entire scale of creation. I do not need to worry about connecting the upper ten and lower ten and so on through the entire chain. There is infinity in its complete form in each element of spiritual reality. The spiritual world is arranged this way, only quality, not quantity, works in it. If I fully connect my Malchut with the first nine Sefirot, which for me is my group, then I achieve adhesion, my final correction, and at the same time, the general end of correction.

“There is no partiality in spirituality.” In spirituality “the general and particular are equal.” We do not feel this, for us it’s just beautiful words. But it is necessary to understand that if I have a ten, I need nothing else. I can finish all the work of my complete correction in it.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 3/28/18, Talmud Eser Sefirot, Part 2, “Histaklut Pnimit,” Chapter 9, Item 111

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FIFA World Cup

Dr. Michael LaitmanFrom My Facebook Page Michael Laitman 6/14/18

The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off tonight with a match between Russia and Saudi Arabia, starting a month of wins and losses, ending with a single team from a single country declared the world’s football champion.

Undoubtedly, it’s a month of sheer joy and excitement for many millions around the world, sitting in front of their plasma TVs with a beer in their hand. I remember when taking walks near Ramat Gan football stadium with my teacher, the Rabash, he used to say it’s a respectable place since it gives people a sense of joy and gratitude in life.

So for a month, the world cup adds a globally conscious atmosphere to humanity, helping all people across the globe feel somewhat connected, while they are all glued to their screens as one.

But outside the stadium and farther from the cameras, the dark side of this event goes rampant. Drugs, gambling, and mafia all play a role behind the scenes. Hostility, racism, and extreme violence among hooligans is also happening. And don’t forget the billions of dollars involved, along with advertisers, agents, politicians, and a lot of corruption.

Thus, just as the world cup brings humanity together, it also reflects all of humanity’s banes.

If we truly want this event to do good for humanity, the first thing to do is take the profit motive out it. For instance, by directing the proceeds toward social causes, such as helping the needy, medicine, or education.

But there’s also hostility built into the competition itself. They say it started in ancient Greece with the aim of connection between countries, but I don’t see that this is the goal it serves today.

Ideally, our sports should employ positive competition to foster a greater sense of unity in both players and spectators, through demonstrating connection and practicing collaboration. It should be a highly educational experience.

For instance, what if teams were given a ball and their goal was to keep it in the air, dynamically passing it between all players? What if the crowd was cheering to a collective global success, rather than the triumph of their nation over others?

If we went ahead and developed this new kind of sports, we’d score some major points for global unity as well.

Trump Peace Deal?

Dr. Michael LaitmanFrom My Facebook Page Michael Laitman 6/14/18

“Will Trump be able to extend his deal-making skills to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and kick-start a dramatic change in the region? Unfortunately, I don’t see it happening. And once again, the reason has to do with nature itself.

3,800 years ago in ancient Babylon, a special “deal” was made at the cradle of human civilization. Representatives from the various groups, tribes and clans decided to come together and coexist under the principle of unity above all their differences.

It was nature’s way of planting the seed of unity for the entire human race. In other words, nature made a deal with them: making them a mini-model of global unity, which ultimately has to set an example for the world.”

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New Life #38 – Building A Point Of Connection – Being One In Marriage

New Life #38 – Building A Point Of Connection – Being One In Marriage
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz


Mutual concession and the principle that love covers all transgressions can transform a marital relationship from one in which we invalidate and swallow one another to one in which we live in complete harmony together. We become one when everything one partner does and thinks is aimed toward the other partner, and vice versa. Neither partner takes into account anything that belongs to them individually, and by this they correct themselves and awaken the forces of nature within and around them. If they constantly renew this attitude, they will both accomplish everything they wish and will truly become one body.
From KabTV’s “New Life #38 – Building A Point Of Connection – Being One In Marriage,” 7/17/12

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Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 6/15/18

Lesson Preparation

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Lesson on the Topic: “Attacking the Connection”

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Talmud Eser Sefirot, Part 6, Item 1

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Writings of Baal HaSulam, “The Freedom”

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