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Jul 15, 2024 5:50 AM -

938.01Question: What is the right way to resolve disagreements in the group? Where should we start?

Answer: Start with wanting to replace your current relationship with love.

Question: What is the importance of turning to the group for support?

Answer: By turning to the group you develop your connection with it, and it begins to act on you through the Creator.

This is very important.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 6/30/24, Writings of Rabash “A Request for Help”

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Jul 15, 2024 5:46 AM -

294.4Question: In Rabash’s article, “Woe unto You Who Await the Day of the Lord,” it is written that the Creator has no lack, and therefore no desire—only a game. But isn’t the purpose of creation to delight His creatures, isn’t that the Creator’s desire?

Answer: For the Creator, this is considered a game, but a game does not mean it is not serious. It is said that the Creator sits and plays with the Leviathan. For the Creator, it is a game, but for a person, it should be the game of life.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 6/27/24, Writings of Rabash “Woe unto You Who Await the Day of the Lord”

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Jul 15, 2024 5:38 AM -

938.02To feel the heart of a friend means that I feel not my own heart but his. I live with his thoughts, aspirations, and intentions so that only they speak within me.

And I have nothing of my own. I have only one desire—to feel theirs.

This is the quality of Malchut, which is called the main Sefira because it receives everything from the first nine Sefirot. Each of us in relation to our friends is Malchut.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 2/23/20, “Preparation for The Convention”

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Jul 15, 2024 5:34 AM -

559Question: If a person perceives pleasure egoistically, like a harmful habit he can’t get rid of, and he suffers from the need to enjoy for himself and wants to get rid of this suffering, is this still aimed at his own benefit in order to ease his own suffering?

Answer: It all depends on the intention. Why do I want to get rid of receiving? Is it to make me feel nicer, pleasant, warmer, or more comfortable? Or do I want to stop receiving to be closer to the Creator?

And here, too, there are several questions. How egoistic is your desire to get closer to the Creator? Maybe you genuinely want to pay attention to Him and at the same time a favor.
From the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 6/25/24, Writings of Rabash “Concerning the Will to Receive – 1”

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to open our eyes to realize that our endless quest for material achievements is meaningless, futile, and that the time has come to pursue a higher and lasting fulfillment in life.
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tomorrow, in the coming months, in a year. From new coronavirus variants to extreme weather, everything is becoming increasingly unpredictable. As gloomy as it seems, what lies beneath the all the seeming chaos we are experiencing is nature’s good intention ...