Question: You say that animals eating each other is part of a harmonious system. What if a person intervenes in this? What if a mosquito bites me and I kill it?
What will be the outcome of such interference in nature? How responsible are we for this? Should we do it or should we try not to kill a mosquito but simply shoo it away?
Answer: Don’t worry. Nothing terrible will happen as a result. It all depends only on whether you wish others good or bad. As for the mosquito, you don’t need to care about this especially.
I am serious. It is because we bring about harm or correction to the world by our desires for good or for evil. This is the whole problem.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 11/17/19
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