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Dr. Michael LaitmanFrom My Facebook Page Michael Laitman 6/26/19

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It seems to us that in our world we are in the grip of time, and there’s never enough of it. However, in reality, we don’t need much time: I must attain adhesion with the Creator at this very moment, and not think about time…

The Creator’s greatness is the key that transforms ten individuals from an inanimate formation into a living being, Adam, a system similar to the Creator. The ten becomes Human, similar to the Creator, a soul. If you want to reveal the Creator—create a ten for yourself!

The shift from assessing one’s state, “how do I feel,” to the assessment, “to what extent is the Creator’s importance present in me”—is a step toward entering the spiritual state!

During the day, try to live according to the Creator’s greatness, do not consent to its waning. This is exactly where a person’s work lies—everything else is sent from above. One must feel the depth of the separation from the Creator, the lack of His governance, and how the Creator’s greatness fills him.
From Twitter, 6/26/19

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Why Is There Constant Pressure On The Jews?

Dr. Michael LaitmanFrom My Facebook Page Michael Laitman 6/26/19

I Want For Their Good

laitman_423.01Question: We are given society in order to become similar to the Creator. Several billion people walk around me. Is the only thing I need to do is engage in altruism toward them? Will I then become similar to this higher being?

Answer: There is no higher being! There is a higher property of bestowal and love. This is the power of emanation, development, bestowal, and positive influence.

Question: Is it a force similar to gravity that acts on everyone whether we want it or not?

Answer: There is no such force in our nature like the one we are talking about. The spiritual nature is a desire to do something just for the sake of someone, for the other’s complete good, without any connection to yourself. I perform a spiritual act when I detach from myself (this state is called “Tzimtzum”—the reduction of my desire) and I want to give everything to others for their good, without any connection to me.

Question: So, do I need to give something to the people around me? Why? I have nothing.

Answer: You have nothing to give and they have nothing to receive. We should just direct our desires. If I direct all my desires to others, I will turn into a transmitter, into a pipe through which the highest abundance, light, will pass through. But my direction to them should be absolutely selfless.

Question: So is it about intention, not about action?

Answer: Of course.

Question: Now I am imprisoned within myself; I automatically think about how to improve my state every second at all levels. So will a person take care of others the same way?

Answer: Yes. In this case, one will be called being in the spiritual world and in spiritual action, and then the person will see the whole world in a completely different way.
From KabTV’s  “Basics of Kabbalah,” 11/26/18

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How To Use The Creator To Help Others

laitman_938.02Question: How can we use the Creator to help others?

Answer: In order to do this, we must first connect with others, with their desires and needs, internalize these desires and needs, absorbing them into ourselves as our own.

Only afterward can we appeal to the Creator in order to fill them.

And then through myself, through my newly-acquired alien desires, which have now become mine, I already fulfill them. This is how it works.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/02/2019

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New Life 482 – The Question That Will Change My World

New Life 482 – The Question That Will Change My World
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Tal Mandelbaum ben Moshe

Asking ourselves about the meaning of life leads humanity into the discovery of a new reality based on bestowal. All of creation is one big, shared desire for pleasure. The desire is expressed differently and grows through the still, vegetative, animate, and human levels of development. Many people want to know what is hidden beyond the corporeal limits of life in our world since they no longer feel satisfied or fulfilled. Abraham studied the human ego and came to the conclusion that it was designed to help humanity to connect and lift us to a new, spiritual height. He is the characteristic of benevolence and taught people how to live according to the principle “Love your friend as yourself.” When we exchange the old paradigm of seeking out personal benefit everywhere through the exploitation of others to seeing the world through a prism of bestowal, our perception of the world changes and a new reality opens. The wisdom of Kabbalah teaches us how to see the true reality, to discover the program, to crystalize the goal of evolution.
From KabTV’s “New Life 482 – The Question That Will Change My World,” 12/25/14

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Daily Kabbalah Lesson – 6/26/19

Lesson Preparation

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Lesson on the Topic “Deficiency For The Greatness of the Creator” 

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Writings of Baal HaSulam, “Preface to the Wisdom of Kabbalah,”  Item 60

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Lesson on the Topic “Building The Future Society” 

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