The Unattainable Force

294.3Question: What does it mean when the Creator says “You have made Me”?

Answer: The Creator says “You have made Me” because we create what we call the Creator, “Bore,” from the words “Bo-Re,” come and see. We create Him with our properties.

And besides us and what is revealed in us, there is only the upper surrounding light, which we cannot define in any way.

We can only define what enters into our qualities, into our Kelim (vessels), into our desires. Therefore, what we feel in our desires is called Bore (Bo-Re).

It means that what you receive in your corrected desires is called the Creator. And what is outside of Him is a completely different upper force, which you partially receive inside of you and call the Creator.

In general, this upper force remains outside of us and is completely unattainable. There are no Kelim (vessels) and adequate properties within us to be able to determine the properties of the upper light.

We may eventually attain the entire upper light, but for the time being, we clearly understand that we can attain only a small part of it to the extent that we are similar to it.
From the International Convention “Rising Above Ourselves” 1/7/22, “Annulling before the Friends” Lesson 2

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