Don’t Wait For Tomorrow

laitman_284Baal HaSulam, Letter 13: Truth will show its way, that one who regrets makes his regret known. He cannot withhold himself or hide. Indeed, I feel all of you together, that today has been replaced for you with tomorrow, and instead of “now,” you say “later.” There is no cure for that but to exert to understand that mistake and distortion—that one who is saved by the Creator is saved only if he needs the salvation today. One who can wait for tomorrow will obtain his salvation after his years, God forbid.

Under no circumstances should we postpone any feelings, thoughts, definitions, and desires for tomorrow. One must gather them, direct them to the Creator, and relate them to Him.

Suppose I have many thoughts going on in my head, all of them have to be attributed to the Creator, glued to Him; I must realize that He is their source in my feelings and in my mind.

If we constantly move in relation to Him, then the correct picture of connection will gradually emerge between the Creator and me. At first, the Creator manifests Himself in the form of the original source of everything that happens to me, inside of me, and in the surrounding world. And then I see that there is no surrounding world, and all of this is what He builds around me in my sensations; it is like a projection of these sensations.

The main thing is to try to constantly bind myself to the Creator as the root cause of all my feelings. Therefore, Baal HaSulam writes that the one who does not follow this will grow wiser after years, but who knows when?

If a person neglects this, then he or she is repelled from spiritual work and will not be able to return. When the next cycle approaches, which is like the revolution of the Earth around the Sun, can really take years
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 2/11/19

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