Answer: On a purely everyday level, if they value their family and children, then of course they can. But at the same time, everyone will have to sacrifice something.
The problem is that it is much more difficult for a man who studies Kabbalah to give up and pay attention to his wife and children. After all, Kabbalah takes a lot of time and most importantly thoughts, feelings, and heart.
But this all applies to the transition period. I think that this will very quickly turn into a normal situation in all of humanity and people will begin to understand their nature.
All the same, now the family has such a vague image that there is nothing wrong if the husband is engaged in Kabbalah, attends some circles, watches lessons at night. Is there anything different in other families? Today, every family is disfigured in its own way.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 3/3/19
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