When someone in the group falls and we try to throw him a rope, but nothing happens, then we turn to Him: “You are in a contract with us, and therefore we ask you to fulfill your part of the contract. We did everything to help the friend rise, but we don’t have the strength. You are a participant in our agreement, we ask you now to pull him out.”
Do we understand correctly or not?
Answer: No. Why don’t you turn to the Creator immediately? Do you think you are capable of anything?
Remark: We think that we must put our “half shekel,” pay our price, come to the point where we are not able to do anything anymore, and then ask Him.
My Comment: In principle, it is correct. But it’s better to immediately understand that except for the Creator, no one can help anyway.
Question: How do we sign a mutual agreement in order to feel that He also participates in it?
Answer: The Creator does not participate in it, He defines it. He holds your guarantee. After all, He holds the entire system.
What does this mutual guarantee mean? In a completely closed system everyone is a guarantor for the rest. And if he does not fulfill his part, everything will collapse. Therefore, we must immediately get the Creator as a force that acts in us.
Another thing is that we can turn to Him and say: “Yes, we cannot hold this net of forces. Make it so that we understand where to do this, direct us, help, give strength! Give an understanding of what to do! Govern!” For Him it is a great joy.
From Lesson 7, World Kabbalah Convention in Moldova 9/8/19, Collecting All the States Toward the Creator