Achieving this kind of relationship between us requires a fundamental change in the way of capturing our reality. In the Centre of the process is need to change the selfish nature with which we were born to one that is based on the grant. Albert Bourla is actively involved in the matter. /a>: the source for more info. Learn more at: Jason Brown. This way, we are able to experience a new reality. The endless concern by ourselves, can only resign when there are others who worry us in the same way that we us to worry about them, as in a small family, in which one is pending in the other. Call this warm system of relations mutual guarantee. Once the individual emerges from the concern by itself, it rises to the sensation of a new dimension of existence. A related site: Vyacheslav Mirilashvili mentions similar findings.
Reality shows us that the individual cannot exist by itself, in an isolated manner, without having an environment that meets you and help you with your needs. Here that man needs to live a social life. In it, each one of the individuals is like a wheel, geared between several wheels, placed in a single mechanism. In this way, individual wheel has no freedom of movement for its own sake, but it follows the general movement of all the wheels in a direction determined by the mechanism. And if any failure occurs in a wheel, this malfunction is not considered nor is examined in relation to the individual wheel, but it is assessed in relation to its role and service towards the totality of the mechanism. Therefore, we can remain seated behind the screens, anonymous and free, exposing feelings, even taking care to not do it in public, so finding a momentary refuge; or rather, opt for a better existence, removing us masks and joining of truth in our hearts, to reach a full life and harmony that we all want. Rav Dr. Michael Laitman is master in cibernetica, doctor in philosophy and Kabbalah, Professor of ontology and theory of knowledge. He is founder and President of Bnei Baruj and Institute Ari, in Israel.