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Introduction to the Zohar

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Book Id: WPLBN0000667787
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Reproduction Date: 2006
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Title: Introduction to the Zohar  
Language: English
Subject: Literature & thought, Kabbalah, Religion.
Collections: Kabbalah Literature
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Excerpt: In this introduction, I would like to clarify matters that are seemingly simple. Matters that everyone fumbles with, and which much ink has been spilled over in attempting to clarify. Yet we have not reached a concrete and sufficient knowledge of them. And here are the questions: What is our essence? What is our role in the long chain of reality, which we are but small links of? When we examine ourselves, we find ourselves to be as corrupted and as low as can be. And when we examine the worker who has conceived us, we are compelled to be full of praise. And is it not necessary that from a perfect worker will come out only perfect works? Our mind tells us that He is utterly benevolent, beyond compare. How, then, did He create so many creatures that suffer and agonize all through their lives? Is it not the nature of the good to bestow, or at least not to harm so? How is it possible, that the infinite, with no beginning and no end, will extract from itself finite, mortal, transient creatures? ...


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