Hope for a Generation

431.04Question: Did you love or hate your teacher Rabash, or did you feel both?

Answer: I loved and respected him very much. But at the same time, I had periods of frustration sometimes: “Well, where is it, what is it, how is it?” and so on. However, it was not hatred. These were periods of demand that did not happen often. It would be better if there were more of them because it is necessary to demand.

When a child demands from his parents, he grows faster. He forces them and grows by himself. It is bad if he does not want anything. How will he grow up? Parents should provoke children with all kinds of toys, sounds, and with everything they can. This is the only way we move them forward. There is no other way. It is the same with grown-ups and children.

Let us hope that from all of our states we will come to a common denominator, precisely to the common one where we all are together, and I, they, and all our circles in the world will gather into one desire, into one fist and tear, as when receiving the Torah at Mount Sinai.

I hope it will happen. In principle, this is the most wonderful event that can happen. Then the world will see why it exists and there will be no problems with anything in a person’s life. Everything will be arranged regarding the possibility of climbing the spiritual ladder to the next dimension—now, today, and for everyone.
From KabTV’s “I Got a Call. The Reason for Success” 4/1/11

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