AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Shvat 5775
Page 3 of pamphlet, Page 3 in the book – (line begins: 'hu...') For text see below.
The Rebbe is describing something to us that is beyond mind and definition. He is talking about essence.
The relationship between 2 separate things begins from the edges. Like when you meet someone and shake hands – the shaking of hands is an expression of connection.
This is the parameter of relationships in the worldly parameter. This is so even in cases when the pieces become one structure, like the legs and surface making up a table.
Essence is totally beyond the worldly qualifications. Things in the world are composite. Pieces combine to make one truth.
But when we talk of delight/oneg we see it is not part of the worldly context. It is a direct union with the Godly truth. So it is not gilui/revealed. It is an ascent into his own source and reality.
The delight is the ascent into one's essence. It is a departure from any worldly reality. To experience the delight of anything one needs to rise away from any external benefit and function. Thus tynug/delight is not in the realm of 'revelation'.
Love – real love between people: the capacity for love is in the essence of the soul. If a person's orientation is solely worldly there cannot be real love. If the body is primary, there cannot be true love. There is a soul. It is a Godly truth. That is who we really are.
Even the sensitivity of the physical finger has to have a soul 'background' – a context – life itself.
There is no cause for delight. The only cause is the soul itself.