“Ohr ein sof - infinite light is beyond our understanding. It is a light that represents a principle truth. It is not based on any parameters.”
“Along The Line” p82
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Those that receive light from nearer to the source of the kav/line have additional closeness.
Ohr ein sof - infinite light is beyond our understanding. It is a light that represents a principle truth. It is not based on any parameters.
It brings the principle of essence with it. The kav/line is a formulation from it… and further along the line, the less strength of representation.
Those worlds that get inspiration from ‘upstream’ are higher.
What’s the meaning of ‘higher’? Picture a guy on the ground and another on top of a tower. The one on the ground identifies the route based on street names etc. The guy on top of the Empire State Building relates point A and B directly. He sees it from a higher perspective.
Ohr ein sof is beyond ‘getting the big picture’.
In the levels of chochmah [wisdom] and kesser [crown] the infinite light shines in a ‘close-up’ manner. In bimah [understanding] the light shines in a more distant manner.
Binah deals with ‘putting things in perspective’ even though there’s still the element of infinity.