Answer: They are a mutual convergence of desires. Desires can be completely opposite, which means totally remote, polar. By gradually becoming similar to each other, they can become closer, partially overlap, form a common segment, and, in the case of full similarity, completely superimpose on each other.
Question: In spirituality, what is death and birth?
Question: If a person postpones a desire that he cannot work with, is it not called “killing” it for a while?
Answer: No, because we will work with it later. There are many such opportunities when we move from one state to another, and in the next state we partially use the previous one, and the remaining desires prepared in advance will be partially used at the higher levels.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 02/25/18