Question: Several years ago when answering a friend’s questions about his difficulty to integrate in the group, you said that if he cannot rise above himself and integrate in the group, he should completely dedicate himself to dissemination because this action can replace the work in the group.
Is this still valid today? And in general, is the advice that you gave several years ago still valid today or is there an expiration date?
Answer: My advice has no expiration date, but it does have a fulfillment date. I have students who live in Alaska, Southern Australia, the Andes, and in distant places around the globe where there is no one around them, nothing.
What can they do? They can only listen to the morning lesson and sometimes connect through the Internet.
What can they do? Disseminate. Where? On the Internet. By connecting through the Internet you can start disseminating our materials, my Twitter tweets, etc. as much as you can.
It is a must to participate in the common work with others although no one knows you, and even if you do not have a virtual group, you are still adhered in every other way.
So, dissemination can replace everything. If you disseminate seriously, from the bottom of your heart, with all your strength and abilities, even if you are not in a group, you will eventually find your ten.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah” 2/12/19