“The human being is real - through and through - from the innermost level to the most external.“
“Inner Life” p109
AYIN BASE - REBBE RASHAB - with R’ PALTIEL
P 109 (of the pamphlet) Near middle of the page. Line starts: “gum” [P 81 of the book]
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A stick has no inner relationship to its inner qualities. It does not know about its own qualities. It makes no difference to the stick - it has no inner life.
Living beings - animals and men are different.
The human being is real - through and through - from the innermost level to the most external.
The soul is in the body. It wants to be there. It identifies its significance.
Man did not come to the world or to this specific place accidentally.
Pnimi [inner reality] is representative of an essence.
An animal also eats, but only on the level of action. Man also eats, but he is permeated by an inner essential reality.
Mind is essentially inner [mochin is pnimi b’etzem]. It identifies inner significance.
Mind looks at why something is there, and Who is showing it to me.