AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Kislev 5776
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The royal quality of the human being can be expressed at the practical level – like in the way he is served and eats a meal – indicates the enclothment of infinity in the finite.
And this is after a reduction/tzimtzum of the light, and so a person could be oblivious to this royal quality.
And the light remains light only if you relate it back to the Source of the light.
The enclothment of the light can be misconstrued, till man says, I did this with my hands, and then the light is obscured. This can come to the point when 'academics' say, 'there is no 'life' per se, it is all physical'.
Intelligence is non-experiential. There is nothing that affects you in the recognition at the level of intellect. Day is different from light. It is above the senses. Only the intellect appreciates it.
He called light, day. And the darkness, night. And he seperated them. He gave each one their kingdom.