EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT LIFE
For December 9th, 2013
Here it is. Bite-size bits of wisdom as profound and deep as they are simple, short and sweet. This is the wisdom of the ages, the oldest wisdom on earth, the wisdom that not only makes one more knowledgeable, but also elevates the soul and our consciousness, which makes us more pure, clear, enlightened and deeply contented.
Here we go:
1. Look around. See all the madness. How can we truly change the world, for all seven billion people? It will never be through logic and information. It will only happen through genuine miracles. To change our own lives, we also need miracles. Otherwise, we are only coping, not curing.
2. Miracles over nature occur when we effect a miracle over our human nature. The more we can change, the more miracles will ignite in the world. The harder the change, the bigger the potential miracle. THIS is why we should stop reacting, getting angry, and listening to our ego. Each time we accept that painful change of nature, we ignite miracles in mother nature.
3. Rav Berg says: “If we want to bring the Messiah, we need to do the illogical, not the logical.” So stop looking at all your problems and all the world’s problems logically and rationally, because then it will all seem hopeless. We need to start living outside our comfort zone and start thinking illogically — especially when things do seem hopeless. NOTHING is hopeless.
4. We are blinded in two ways called: “Double Concealment.” We are blind to true reality. And we’re blind to the fact that we ARE blind. The moment we admit that we are blinded in both ways, the second pair of blinders are removed from our eyes. Learning Kabbalah’s wisdom and applying its tools removes the first pair of blinders.
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