Question: In the book of Prophets (chapter “Joshua Ben Nun”) it is said that the Creator performs miracles: “And I will work miracles, and everyone will see it.” What should I feel while reading these lines?
Answer: The person writing this book, for example, Joshua himself, sees altruistic actions upon him, in him, and around him, above the egoistic nature (inanimate, vegetative, animate, and human). These actions can be called miracles.
Question: Joshua is the desire that exists in me?
Answer: If it is so manifested in a person, then he will feel what is written in the book.
Question: When the waters of the Jordan stop is it a miracle?
Answer: Yes. Everything that is against the egoistic nature of man is perceived by him as a miracle. When some egoistic thought and its flow stops, then something higher than this nature arises. This is absolutely normal in the spiritual world, but in the egoistic world, it is a miracle because it cannot be in it. Such a phenomenon arises only when we attain the upper world.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 9/27/21