The most important thing in the wisdom of Kabbalah is to reveal the Creator —the one who governs me, and how I should accept this governance. Am I under the Creator’s complete control, or am I mistaken in that I am?
One must annul oneself, calibrate oneself properly to understand who am I and what is the world.
The Light of the Creator—the light of bestowal, the power of faith, allows us to rise above our ego and see everything not with the ego-eyes, when I complain to the Creator, the world, and myself.
If I regret what I did and blame myself, I do not seem to believe in the single upper force besides which there’s nothing.
The Creator is the result of all my efforts to unite in the ten. I am constantly looking for this solution, but I keep circling around it, around the center of the ten, missing it. Because egoism knocks me off of this goal. Only with equal striving toward Israel – Torah – Creator can I get to the center.
The center of the tens does not apply to any of us, but only to all in equal measure—this is the Creator. As if I took 10 paints of different color and began to mix them together until there was not a single predominant color left. The resulting connection is a quality of the Creator!
Faith is determined by the discrepancy between what I see and what I have to see. If this world is perfect, because the Creator created it, and there is no one but Him, then I must see it as ideal. But I see many problems in it now —this is the level of knowledge.
From Twitter, 6/4/20