Question: What do you think about that?
Answer: If there is no return, how can you not make a decision? Such solutions are the most rational, although they seem terrible.
Question: Does it mean that if you have made some decision and there is no return, then you have to keep going and that’s it?
Answer: Of course! The main thing is not to leave yourself hanging in the air.
Question: Not to think for a long time?
Answer: No. Otherwise it leads to depression, suicide, or something like that. These pauses should be shortened and the decision should be made sharply and clearly.
Question: When does a person have a feeling that there is no return? Maybe he is just making it all up? Or is it given to a person on purpose?
Answer: He should check himself.
Question: Are you saying that he should still do an analysis?
Answer: Of course. He should check himself often. Kabbalah says that we should not measure once and then start cutting. We need to keep trying again and again, constantly checking the system we are in: Can I trust it? Do I conform to this system? How can I change myself to adapt to it?
Eventually, I begin to see more and more that I am inside a harmonious and perfect system of the universe, which is governed by some single law, and I exist inside this sphere.
From KabTV’s “News with Dr. Michael Laitman” 10/4/21