Question: We know that there was a shattering and then the descent of the souls. Does this process repeat itself?
Answer: The descent is only to our world. Before our world. There is no parallel to this process in our world.
Question: Why are Hebrew words written from right to left?
Answer: This is how the upper light spreads: from above to below and from right to left. This is, of course, unusual for us, although in other languages we encounter random writing like this: from top to bottom, from right to left, or writing in a circle.
Question: There are many words in Hebrew that are similar to words in languages like English, Russian, Arabic, and Turkish. Does the origin of the written language of the nations of the world derive from the Hebrew letters?
Answer: That could be. Of course, many other words originated from words in Hebrew because there was a time that the Jews became scattered all over the world. Somehow, these words slipped into Yiddish, Ladino, and other popular international languages. In addition, when creating the international language Esperanto, several words were borrowed from the Hebrew language.
Question: In what language do you think: Hebrew or Russian?
Answer: If I write on Twitter in Russian, then at that moment I think in Russian. But if I try to express what I feel in words, then since all of my knowledge is derived from Hebrew texts, I think in Hebrew. But if I go to a Russian-speaking audience, then I think in this language. Russian remains my native language.
Question: If most of humanity were to communicate in Hebrew and it were to become an international language, let’s say, instead of English, would the world become better?
Answer: No. The most important thing is human yearning! It is possible to successfully deceive people in Hebrew and nothing would happen. The formal use of a language does not indicate anything.
Question: In which language did Adam write the book Raziel HaMalach?
Answer: He wrote it in Hebrew.
Question: We learn cursive letters separately from block letters and some of them are very different. Which letters were the Kabbalistic sources written with?
Answer: The primary sources were clearly written in block letters. I do not know when the cursive letters appeared and what happened with them. In principle, wherever they talk about the meaning of the letters, what they mean is their block form.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 1/6/19
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