My Response: We must not stop working even if it is absolutely impossible to do a certain thing. It is the same in our lives. Even though we may not see great prospects, we know that we have to get up, go to work, come home from work, go through this day, and so on. And then this will lead us somewhere.
That is, we do not see the external system that controls us. We do not see the program according to which we exist. But all the same, our daily work and participation in this system gives its results.
Comment: Let’s take this example. People who are fighting global climate change cannot say when it will happen. It turns out that there is a huge time gap between their actions and the fact that some changes will occur in the future. Yet, they still have the strength to perform purposeful actions.
My Response: It is because we really are facing a big, global, inescapable problem. What difference does it make if it happens now or in a hundred years? In any case, we are sure that this will happen, and understanding this, we have created an entire science. Therefore, it is important for us to act today as if this will happen tomorrow.
From KabTV’s “Kabbalah Express” 1/12/21