One Home for Everyone

929And they built Arei Miskenot (to Israel), and to Pharaoh, Pithom and Raamses. This is because all the work of Israel fell into the Klipot, and they saw no blessing in their work (Baal HaSulam, Shamati No. 86, “And They Built Arei Miskenot“).

There is only a person and the Creator. If we have thoughts that are alien to spirituality, it means that we are among people who live in this world with their various egoistic desires and plans.

But if we purify our thoughts and desires and direct them more toward connection, it turns out that it is only us who remain in the world and all the others as if disappear and turn into the people of the Creator, that is, they merge with the Creator, become included in Him, and reveal the upper world, eternity, and the perfection of nature.

Therefore if we stop building something for ourselves like the cities of Pithom and Raamses, which were beautiful for the Egyptians, and instead build Kabbalistic groups, one world group, and one united humanity, then this will be one home for everyone. And in this way we will reach the goal.
In the end the building that was built for the sake of egoism collapses, and the building built for the sake of bestowal is restored at its expense, and so we come to the final correction, to the perfect Kli.

If we do not see the completed building yet, it does not mean that it does not exist. If it disappears from our senses, it is only to give us the opportunity to continue working and building further. All our work is intended to build—from all our thoughts and feelings, from everything that we have in the mind and in the heart—one Kli for the revelation of the Creator.
From the 1st part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 3/22/23, “Pesach (Passover)”

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