AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Cheshvan 5776
Page 26 of pamphlet – (At 3rd line of the page. Line starts: 'u-be-emet...'). Page 19 of the book. For text see below.
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If our perspective is bodily then nothing is obvious, and there has to be a cause for everything I know.
It discounts the soul that God gave us.
But the human/soul perspective is the Torah view.
There is nothing more obvious than the Godly presence.
If you live with your own truth. And life itself is meaningful. Then everything is obvious. There is correlation between yourself and truth.
Our obligation is to 'know what we know'. We need to bring inner sense out into conscious knowledge. You need to be true to yourself.
We all feel God, but we don't always acknowledge Him.
We are shown the path. And we have to walk on it.
Wherever I go, You are there. You are obvious, but I don't grasp you. I am contained by You.
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