Social interactions ultimately come to teach us that the entire world was created for the person.
We encounter different people in different situations in order to learn how to position ourselves in an optimal manner, which means becoming conduits of nature’s positive force of connection, bestowal and love into our world.
Such a force is an attitude that wishes solely, as it is written, “to do good to the good and to the bad,” i.e. to bring love and fulfillment to all. Ultimately, we need to feel as if we are the representatives of this force toward others in society, and our every interaction then becomes in order for us to know how to position ourselves so that we will become such conduits.
We should thus calibrate ourselves toward our social interactions in order to let the message that nature wants to deliver to this world pass through us undistorted. By doing so, we become nature’s helpers, servants and conduits.
Based on the video “What Do Social Interactions Ultimately Come to Teach Us?” with Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman and Oren Levi. Written/edited by students of Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman
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