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Who Can Be Called Righteous?

laitman_571.08Question: Who is aware of evil? And what is “evil” in Kabbalah?

Answer: One who considers himself a sinner is one who is aware of evil, but only to the degree to which he is righteous.

In other words, a person who is aware of evil is called righteous.

Question: And who was he before that?

Answer: No one. He did not understand anything and could not say to himself, “Before, I was a sinner.” Only to the degree to which a person experiences himself as a sinner is he already righteous.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian, 3/4/18

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The Purpose Of The Game Called “Life”

Laitman_138Question: If our entire life is a game then there should be some rules of the game. Please list those rules.

Answer: The purpose of the game called “life” is to connect with one another and to collect the maximum number of points. This is the most important “move,” although there are many more specific actions.

Question: What is so special about connection?

Answer: In connection, one rises to the next level of perception of the world. Every time this happens, a person’s mind is multiplied.

Question: How can one reveal all infinite states of the Creator in this world without losing his mind?

Answer: Do not worry, you will not be able to attain anything unless you first expand your sensory and mental organs. Therefore, your senses will always be ready for something you feel. They will never receive more than what they are capable of and ready for. This way there is no chance of losing one’s mind.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 3/11/18

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Anyone Can Be Like A Great Sage

laitman_570Baal HaSulam. “The Teaching of the Kabbalah and Its Essence”: But we must still understand what was the purpose for which the Creator created this lot? Indeed, it is to elevate him to a Higher and more important degree, to feel his God like the human sensation, which is already given to him. And as one knows and feels one’s friend’s wishes, so will he learn the words of the Creator, as it is written about Moses, “And the Lord spoke unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend.

Anyone can be like a great sage. The fact is that by interfacing with one another, we can transmit spiritual information and the strength to work reciprocally, and elevate everyone in the process. This is people’s distinctiveness.

Question: In that case, can anyone become like Moses, like a great sage?

Answer: It’s not that anyone can be like a great sage, everyone must reach that level!

There is no greater spiritual degree than Moses. It is the greatest level a person can achieve. It is not easy to do so. It is difficult, but feasible for everyone. In any case, we will all reach this degree, but toward the very end of correction.

Question: Moses appeared right at the time of Pesach (Passover). Why didn’t he appear earlier?

Answer: It doesn’t matter. Every person is born at the time, in the condition and environment necessary for his correction. Everyone goes through various changes in his life in order to realize certain corrections in himself.

Therefore, one should never be upset about being born later than or in a different country from the one he would have liked to have been, or for coming into this world weak or small, etc. What is the difference where or how? We do not determine where we live, our gender, internal qualities, or our relationship with the outside world. That is all determined by an internal system, an inner web of forces. We just have to act according to it.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 3/11/18

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