Rabash, “The Agenda of the Assembly – 2,” Article No. 17, 1986: Then they should say, “Now we are through with Stage One of the assembly of friends, and Stage Two begins.” Then each will state his mind about the actions we can take so that each and every one will be able to acquire the love of friends, what each person can do to acquire love in his heart for each and every one in the society.
And once Stage Two is completed—suggestions regarding what can be done in favor of society—begins Stage Three. This concerns carrying out of the friends’ decisions about what should be done.
To the extent that I am committed to the goal, I should also be committed to the means for achieving this goal. The love of friends can be no less that my aspiration to the goal, to the love of the Creator. It must be at least the same.
Remark: Rabash writes nothing about the fact that at the second stage some kind of hostility must arise between us.
My Comment: We never speak about the cultivation of negative feelings, qualities, or actions. We are talking only about the positive. The negative always arises only so that we would strengthen the positive.
Question: Yet, one can attain the Creator only between the point of love and the point of hatred. Is the Creator in the middle between these two points?
Answer: The Creator is in the correct combination between them.
Question: Is there no second point?
Answer: Of course not. We need to look for the middle line because we do not have it and it does not exist in nature. Since it constantly slips away, we need to search for it and find it again and again.
From KabTV’s “The Last Generation” 6/27/18