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A grammar of the Hebrew language by William Henry Green

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When we change something inside us, we ascend by one degree. When we change another, we climb another degree and so on. All the degrees are levels of equivalence with the Creator. The world of Ein Sof is in complete equivalence of form with the Creator, while our world is in complete oppositeness. The degrees between our world and the world of Ein Sof are measurements of equivalence of man with the Creator, phases of closeness to the Creator. The goal that the Creator set for us is that while being in this world, we will work on ourselves and gradually correct our inner properties, so that while we are in our worldly bodies, we will be in the world of Ein Sof in our inner soul, our inner properties.

I t is quite possible that there are other worlds that exist in the same space as ours that we simply don’t make contact with because these worlds are in a different dimension. But if we remain confined to the boundaries of our own nature, we will never be able to discover them. These other worlds are where our roots are, the reasons for everything that happens in our world. There we will find the reasons for our own life and death. 39 T H E PA T H O F K A B B A L A H There are some among us who succeeded in acquiring a new sense—one that imparts the ability to feel a broader reality than we generally see.

Furthermore, the more they correct themselves, the greater is their capability to lead the world. We learn about the descent of the Light from the Creator down to our world in The Study of the Ten Sefirot, in the Zohar, and in the writings of the Ari. The other part of Kabbalah, which talks about our ascent from our world back to the degree of the Creator, is described quite vaguely in the books. This work is called the “work of God,” a work by which we equalize our form (properties) with those of the Creator.

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