A War Is Correction In A Dramatic Way

293Question: Various wars have taken place throughout history: civil, religious, the cold, and information wars. Is there any difference between the types of wars in terms of the correction of mankind?

Answer: Practically not. All wars are the lack of balance between the right and left lines, between good and evil, between the property of bestowal and the property of receiving. This happens all the time only at different levels.

Comment: In our world it is very difficult to figure out where good and evil are because, in principle, all of history is written by the winners.

My Response: It doesn’t matter. We are talking about what is happening, not how they judge it and what they write.

Question: So in our world there is no such thing as one side being good and the other evil?

Answer: You can still say that people who open fire and kill others are evil.

Comment: But they also have their excuses.

My Response: It doesn’t matter. A man killing another man is the greatest evil.

Question: There are even clear laws in the Torah that you can kill only when someone comes to you and wants to kill you. War always means many young people die. What’s the point in all of this?

Answer: War is also a correction, but in a very sharp, dramatic way.

Question: Does it matter how a person dies?

Answer: There are four types of killing a person: burning, stoning, cutting off the head, strangulation. But, in principle, how a person dies depends on the root of his soul.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 3/1/22

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