My Response: Our body really originates from a monkey, and our “I” comes from the upper force. You cannot get away from it! They forget about the second half.
The human in me did not come from a monkey. Only my body is a consequence of animal development.
Comment: The fact is that those parents urged the teachers to give a child some freedom of choice between the fact that he is not only a body and that it is possible that there is something else in it.
My Response: To choose between a monkey and the Creator? Good choice. But how will they do it?
In fact, between the monkey and the Creator there is the “I” of man. If you open Kabbalistic books written long before Darwin, you will see that the human body originated from the monkey—from inanimate to vegetative level, from vegetative to animate.
This is stated in The Book of Zohar 2,000 years ago and in the writings of the Ari 600 years ago. And Darwin’s theory is only 250 years old.
The intermediate state between the animal and human body is the monkey. Nevertheless, it will be proven by science. But that is not the problem!
The problem is that the human self has no connection with the monkey. It is just our body, our physiology, our flesh.
From KabTV’s “Close-Up. Theater of the Absurd” 7/18/10