Blitz Of Kabbalah Tips – 5/10/20, Part 2

laitman_962.3Question: Do I need to love a fellow gangster?

Answer: First, the gangster needs to be re-educated and then loved.

Question: Will the understanding of my aspirations necessarily change on the part of people close to me? Should they support me? Or is it my own work?

Answer: No. This is your personal work, they may not even know about it. You can do this without them knowing.

Question: Why have great Kabbalists been severely persecuted throughout history?

Answer: Because they spoke the truth and called for love between people. And people don’t like that.

Comment: Please provide examples of bestowal and altruism from minimum to maximum.

My Response: How can I give you an example? If, for example, I give you one dollar as the minimum and ten dollars as the maximum, is this clear? How will I measure the return from minimum to maximum?

Question: Who was Mother Teresa: an altruist or was she motivated by selfishness?

Answer: I don’t know, I am not familiar with her.

Question: Does the Creator have questions or complaints about us?

Answer: The Creator has no questions for us. Why would He ask them if He Himself raises these questions in us so that we can answer them?

Question: What you are saying is not easy to understand. What can we do about it?

Answer: Listen several times. We have many conversations on different topics. Consult with the teachers of your online studies, what suits you best. Take lectures, lessons, absorb them, and you will see how much you progress.

Question: How would someone who is not an egoist be? How would he differ from an egoist?

Answer: He is different because he knows how to use his egoism correctly.

Question: How can we find out what the Creator thinks?

Answer: The Creator thinks about doing good to everyone.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 5/10/20

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Blitz Of Kabbalah Tips – 5/10/20, Part 1
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Blitz Of Kabbalah Tips – 4/26/20, Part 2

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