My Response: It is because we do not develop. As we grow up, we become animals. Only in the period of development until adolescence, are we a little bit like people, and when we reach the age of 15, 16, or 20, it all ends. After that, we no longer take an example from those who are better than us, we do not explore this world, but begin to use it egoistically.
Therefore, our spiritual ascent is based on exactly the same chaos as that of young children.
Comment: Humanity must understand this. People only think that they are moving somewhere, but it turns out that everything is chaos.
My Response: However, it is precisely when they are resisting this and want to include in the Procrustean bed of their concepts, their supposedly reasonable theories of the entire dialectical development of nature and of themselves, that they fail.
We see how the G8 and G20 summits and all sorts of so-called great minds are gathered. On a corporeal level, they may understand something. Yet, when we start developing toward the next level, they throw up their hands and leave just as they gathered—without any result.
I hope that this will eventually make them listen to us. Then they will realize that there is a wisdom nearby that explains everything to them.
Comment: It is written in Zohar for All: “Solomon said about them, “All things have I seen in the days of my vanity,” since in the Havalim [vanity], all the Mochin of sight appeared to him.”
My Response: It is from such development that a person understands that he is in an internally flared turmoil.
Question: This corresponds with the words of King Solomon that everything is vanity. It turns out that vision appears and becomes distinct on the basis of this vanity, right?
Answer: Yes, it is not for nothing that King Solomon was a great sage.
This is so because these seven Havalim clothe in the seven Sefirot of the voice, and both of them are in the seven Sefirot of the speech, which is the Nukva, who is called “world.” In her is the place of disclosure of these Havalim, which became the seven lights of vision, and in them is the world sustained. (Zohar for All, VaYetze)
We are talking about the inner speech (the force of bestowal) of a person, which comes from his soul, fills and builds the world. All this comes from Nukva, from the most original internal desire.
From KabTV’s “The Power of The Book of Zohar” #13