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The Freedom

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Book Id: WPLBN0000667788
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2006
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Title: The Freedom  
Language: English
Subject: Literature & thought, Kabbalah, Religion.
Collections: Kabbalah Literature
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Excerpt: ?Carved (harut) on the stones.? Do not pronounce it ?carved? (harut), but rather ?freedom? (herut). To show that they are freed from the angel of death. (Midrash Shmot Raba, 41) These words need to be clarified. Because how is the matter of reception of the Torah related to one?s freedom from death? Furthermore, once they have attained an eternal body that cannot die, through the reception of the Torah, how did they lose it again, can the eternal become absent? Freedom of Will: In order to understand the sublime concept - ?freedom from the angel of death?, we must first understand the concept, as it is normally understood by all mankind. It is a general view that freedom is deemed a natural law, which applies to all that is alive. Thus we can see that animals that fall into captivity die when their freedom is denied. And it is a true testimony that providence does not accept the enslavement of any creature. It is not for no good reason that humanity has struggled for the past several hundred years, before it has attained a certain amount of freedom for the individual.


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