Kabbalistic Haiku “Buy The Truth And Don’t Sell It”

962.3Comment: You wrote a haiku:

Move from the foe—warmth.

Move closer to the friend—warmth.

Heat is deceiving.

My Response: It is so. I cannot determine who is the enemy and who is the friend. If that were correct, it is warm here and cold there, or cold here and warm there …

And here and there, and there it’s warm. And I can’t define it, I can’t do anything! If we do not have a clear definition of where our inner warmth is and where it is cold, then we cannot understand who the enemy is and who the friend is.

Question: And why should it be warm and why cold, so that I face such a truth?

Answer: Before the truth! It should be warm to her.

Question: What do you call the truth?

Answer: Where you feel warmth.

Comment: We are going in a circle …

My Response: You can’t do anything. For this it is necessary, as it is said: Buy the truth and do not sell. (Proverbs 23:23)

Question: Who is my enemy and who is my friend?

Answer: It depends on the person himself. Anyone who is looking for the truth, although it may not be warm and not attractive, is simultaneously looking for people who will help him be in this state, even if it is not attractive. These are friends. And there is warmth here.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 7/29/21

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