Sodom—A Ban On Communication Between People

527.01Comment: When a person hears the phrase “Sodom and Gomorrah,” he associates it with some kind of sexual perversion. And in the Talmud, which was written in the 3rd century, it is said that the cities were destroyed due to spiritual malice, hatred of strangers, and lack of hospitality.

My Response: Yes, that is how it manifested: you have no right to receive someone as a guest, give something, help with something, direct, or advise. At any level of communication, you do not interact with other people because you are not going to help them in anything and get anything from them. This condition acts reciprocally, in both directions: you are not for me and I am not for you.

Comment: But today in our world there is also such hostility toward strangers.

My Response: This enmity does not limit you and does not force you to put an obstacle in contacting others. And here, there is a complete ban on any kind of communication between people except within a clan or family.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 12/7/21

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