Rabash, “What Does It Mean that One Should Bear a Son and a Daughter, in the Work?”: The work above reason should be unconditional surrender.
A person should say, “I want to be a servant of the Creator even though I have no idea about the work and I feel no flavor in the work. Nevertheless, I am willing to work with all my might as though I have attainment and feeling and flavor in the work, and I am willing to work unconditionally.”
This is exactly how we must act. Despite the fact that I do not understand and I do not know and I do not feel, and in general I do not want to, I must constantly force myself to do this. As a result, such work in faith above reason, meaning despite my egoistic desires, leads to the revelation of the Creator.
As a result of our efforts, we create such a Kli (vessel), such desires, intentions, and conditions in which we can reveal all this with our own eyes.
I do not want to stop at the level of a purely theoretical depiction. I want to reach a state where the quality of bestowal and love of the Creator is really revealed within me.
I am preparing myself for connection with the next higher degree, which in relation to me is called the Creator.
From the International Convention “Rising Above Ourselves” 1/8/22, “Going with Faith above Reason” Lesson 5