Desires: “Romans” And “Greeks”

600.02Question: Were the Greek wars fought not between the Greeks and the Jews, but between the Hellenized Jews and the rest of the Jews?

Answer: Yes, the Greeks themselves did not fight. The Hellenized Jews are the Jewish elite who wanted to live well, freely, not according to the laws of Kabbalah, but according to the laws of the free world, as it were. That’s why they fought.

Basically, all the so-called wars with the Romans and Greeks were Jewish wars, within the people of Israel.

Question: What desires are called  the “Greeks” in us?

Answer: The desire to live, to have fun, to look for something that lies beyond the boundaries of the search for higher powers.

Question: What is the difference between the desires of “Romans” and “Greeks”?

Answer: The Romans are basically the desires that create a system of relationships in our world between people, all kinds of parties and ranks. The Romans founded the classical system.

And the Greeks were more focused on understanding nature, but primitive nature. Mathematics, physics, trigonometry, geometry—these are all Greeks. And the Romans are Roman law, the relationship between people, but within the framework of our world.

Everything is very simple. When Judaism is added to this, there is a bit of confusion, but in general, there is nothing there.
From KabTV’s “Conversation about the Greeks” 5/5/21

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