Monday, December 14, 2015

“Deer Country” p:28-29/20

AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Kislev 5776 

Page 29 of pamphlet – (4 lines from the top of the page. Line starts: 'umikol makom...'). Page 20 of the book. For text see below.

Questions and comments:

We discussed how at the level of the lights there is no division between chessed and gevurah per se. the lights at that level are not identifiable with any particular quality.

Think of the way the land provides for agriculture, forests and buildings. From the perspective of the land these things are indistinguishable. And human land acquires a different sense...

The master's perspective is one of pshitus/simplicity and beyond chesed and gevurah (kindness and severity).

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