Burning Thorn

294.3Question: What does “burning thorn” mean?

Answer: There are bushes that burn because they emit various oils. Both in the air and in the sun, they look like they are engulfed in flames. They seem to be burning, but they themselves do not burn out, heat and odor rise from them.

From the spiritual point of view, there is a burning desire within a person to attain the Creator, to get closer to Him. This is called “the burning thorn”—Sne Boer. Man himself becomes this thorn.

In the Passover Haggadah, the desire to attain the Creator is conveyed allegorically. When Moses returned to the people after fleeing from Pharaoh, he saw a burning bush. This symbolizes the appearance of a force in him directed toward the Creator in such a way that he can lead others.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 4/19/22

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