AyinBase / Ayin Beis with R' Paltiel, Iyar 5776
Page 42 of the pamphlet – (At about the 7th line from top of the page. Line starts: 'kuli...') [page 32 in the book]. For text see below.
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Pnimi means everything is done with a focus. A man cares about how he walks, talks and sits. He relates to everything he does.
Torah is in the category of man/pnimi/internal in contrast to mitzvoth, which are makif/surrounding.
In the Torah three levels are identified: the desert, the settlement, and the field.
The desert corresponds to the 10 hidden sphirot.
The word hidden/genuvot means more than hidden. It has to do with being treasured.
There's a chamber in the king's treasure house where the most rare stones are kept. They are beyond active, market value...
In the human being himself, there is also a level where the faculties are on a high primary level, which defines him as a human being. There is an inner sense of relating to what he does, and this is higher than the activity (which can in some cases be replicated by machines/robots).
In Torah there is a level called 'man' – and structure, and there is a level beyond 'man'. And this level is called the 'secrets in Torah', which is completely concealed.