In Shamati , essay , he mentions three conditions to reach "genuine" prayer, a complete desire for spirituality:. There are three conditions to a prayer: a To believe that He [the Creator] can help one.
Prayer is a matter of work in the heart. And the more one is lost, the greater is one's prayer.
Shamati (I Heard)
And now we shall speak about the love of God. First, one should know that love is acquired through deeds. By giving presents to one's friend, each and every gift one gives to one's friend is like an arrow and a bullet that pierces a hole in one's friend's heart. And although one's friend's heart is like a stone, each and every bullet still punctures a hole, and from the many holes, a space is made. Then, the love of the giver of the presents enters within that space, and the warmth of the love attracts to it the sparks of love of one's friend.
Thus, from two loves, a clothing of love is made, and this clothing covers them both.
Rather, one person can help another… It follows that each and everyone should pay attention and think how one can help one's friend, and make one's spirit high, for in high spirits, anyone can find a place of lack in one's friend, that one can fulfill. To one, the plane seems like a little dot, and some wear binoculars, which magnify the plane by several times.
And each has a different binocular, meaning for one it magnifies by a lot, and for another it magnifies less. Therefore, it turns out that one sees the plane as four meters long and the other says it is three, and another says it is only two etc.
Certainly, they are all truthfully stating what they see, but still there are differences among them. Nevertheless, all those changes do not make changes in the plane itself.
Rather, all the changes are only in the perceivers. Similarly, in spirituality, all the multiplicity of changes are only according to the merit of the qualification of the lower ones. Michael Laitman, Rabash's personal assistant, heads Bnei Baruch, an organization that is based in Petach Tikva, Israel and is dedicated to disseminating the wisdom of Kabbalah to the world. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Warsaw , Congress Poland. Bnei Brak , Israel. Ashlag, A Prayer of a Kabbalist, p. Gotlieb, Ha Sulam, p.
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