The application of the method is not exclusive, each and every human being needs to join in it in practice for the ideal mutually complementing collaboration – built on “love others as yourself” – to work optimally.
But those who possess the method and know how to show positive example through it, know how to “market and publish it” are obliged to do so first of all.
Driven by craven materialism, and a thirst for power, showing no loyalty to any nation, the jews thus exploited the nations they lived in, where the only ‘nation’ they recognized was their own. A jew is not an American. A jew is not an Englishman. A jew is not a German. A jew is a jew, and a jew always thinks in terms of what is good for the jew. If it is expedient to feign ‘Americanism’, a jew will wave a flag. But when America (for example, the glove the jewish hand controls because America is, for the time being, where the resources are to exploit) no longer serves the interest of the jew, the jew will migrate elsewhere and exploit it.
When you get married with someone your suppose to be in love and happy with that person. Many people, mostly women, feel very strong about marriage, moving in, and starting a new family. I always ask myself “why do people need to get married to prove they love someone?” is it because they want to show off there brand new ring or just because they think they need to get married. Maybe there is different kinds of love, different kinds of feelings that get you to think you are in love, but your really not. Many individuals tend to confuse love with lust or like. So how will we ever really know if love exist or not? They say love is like magic, but if magic is just an illusion does that mean love is as well?
I always told myself I was too young to know what love was. Till this day I don’t know exactly what love is, I don’t even know if it really exist or not. There are some people who don’t believe in love because they most likely, either got there heart broken, never really been in love, don’t want to get hurt, or they just don’t care about it. Well, I do. I have gotten my heart broken, I believed I really was in love, and I will take the risk of getting hurt to find true love because I do care. I care because I know how happy love can make you feel, because I want to grow old with someone, and because I cant imagine life without my other half.
The ruin of the Second Temple marks a key point in the history of the world. Not only was the Jewish people exiled from the land of Israel, the Jews also lost their war against self-centeredness. For the first time since its inception, the tenet, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” was not the guiding rule within the nation. Jews still had high regard for unity, as they still do to this day, but they began to use it to gain self-centered purposes instead of as a means for correction of the ego and as an asset to be passed on to all mankind.
FactF: A good man is a good man, and a bad man is a bad man, just as a good Hebrew is a good Hebrew and a bad one is a bad one. This is vice versa as well. You can go anywhere in the world and see people acting horribly to one another. This is not something new. The difference is the Hebrews shun, reject and denounce those among them who act out of line with the morals of their people. This is also true for many other peoples, the difference is that the Hebrew expects a permanent change before the individual can be respected as they once were in the community. Many other nations celebrate the sociopath and tolerate the liar and the psychopath and then wonder why things are going bad. As examples we have leaders of many of the arabic nations. Whos leaders lie, cheat, steal, starve their own people all the while touting their greatness. We see this same thing in North Korea. This is something that most often is abnormal in Jewish society.
This methodology is the wisdom of Kabbalah and the Jews are its owners in the sense that they alone are poised to be a good example of its implementation for the rest of us. The reason for this is simple: At one time in their ancient history, a small group of Babylonians left Babylon and under the leadership of Abraham discovered this method and began to succeed in its main principle of connection and unity. They drew positive forces into our world and thus became a nation under the rule of “Love thy neighbor as thyself.” By this, they became both blessed and responsible. Blessings are easily accepted; responsibility not so much since from the time of the destruction of the Second Temple until today, the Jews declined into unfounded hatred—between each other!
Over several essays, Rav Ashlag expounded on the reasons why there will not be peace in the world until there is unity and brotherly love throughout the world. He also explains that the more the world suffers from the adverse consequences of what researchers, Twenge and Campbell, call “the narcissism epidemic,” the more people will turn their anger against Jews. Subconsciously, people expect the Jews to pave the way for a better society, namely to be “a light unto nations.” Until the Jews carry out this task, the animosity and accusations against them will grow.
Now more than ever, the Jews need to restore this principle of “Love your neighbor as yourself” and in so doing become a light unto the nations, i.e., a positive example for all of humanity to follow. They need to treat each other as brothers. In so doing—seemingly overnight—there will once again be peace between Jew and non-Jew. The stethoscope is in their hands.
Every tradition in the world contains some seeds of truth, and likewise some of those seeds come to fruition and then rot, such as the justifications for slavery and the subjugation of the feminine, fully half of creation. We humans must be master pruners in order to keep cutting away the tribal rhetoric to come to deeper truth. This is true for every nation, every group. I deeply appreciate the religious and ethnic diversity of the world, and I pray that one day we can all respect each other for our differences as well as our common humanity, which is an inheritance from a God who loves all life and values us as a part of its own heart. May we achieve the peaceful coexistence which God implores us to find, first within our own souls.
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REMEMBER: HUMANITY! A RELIGION LOVED BY GOD, NO MATTER WHAT CASTE, CULTURE, RELIGION ETC – YOU FOLLOW OR IN WHAT FORM YOU BESEECH THE ALMIGHTY! LOVE, COMPASSION, SYMPATHY, GENEROSITY & SELFLESS SERVICE ARE THE SPIRITS OF A TRUE FOLLOWER OF GOD. THE MORE GOODNESS YOU SQUANDER GOD GIVES YOU BACK IN MANY MANY MANY FOLDS.
LOVE, SURRENDER, DEVOTION, REVERENCE & FAITH, ALL DEPICTING GOODNESS, ONLY MATTER WHEN YOU PRAY TO GOD.