Question: Who determines the fate of a person? You write in your blog that fate depends on the root of one’s soul. Even the Creator does not determine this, but everything is written in the root of the soul. What are we talking about?
Answer: The root of a soul is the initial normative data in a person that he must implement.
These initial data, the so-called Reshimot, force a person to act in a certain way and lead him to his ideal state. What depends on a person is only the time he spends on the realization of this path: faster, slower, in a more comfortable way, or through suffering. In other words, the fate of a person is predetermined, but it depends on him how he will go through it, how long it will take, and how he will feel in these deterministic states.
Our freedom lies only in how to perceive the deterministic path of our development and how to implement it in the best way.
Question: So, I am just changing my reaction?
Answer: But this means a lot, because depending on our reaction, we influence the upper force in a positive or negative way.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 10/26/21