How can we find the strength to forgive? We can find the strength to forgive when we understand human nature, and that our nature compels us to be the way that we are.
It is written about this, “Go to the Craftsman who made me.” In other words, “What are you getting mad at me for?” “Why are you blaming me?” “Go to the One who made me this way, which activates and operates me this way all the time. I, in and of myself, am nothing.”
In other words, there are puppets before you through which you need to relate to the One that made it all this way. By relating to the force behind everything and everyone, called “the Creator” in the wisdom of Kabbalah, then you make a request in order to understand those before you correctly, to see them as the Creator’s representatives toward you. Then, you reach the realization that everything in your life, in nature on the still, vegetative, animate and human levels, exists in order for you to discover the Creator’s attitude toward you.
What is the Creator? The Creator, which is given several names in the wisdom of Kabbalah, including “nature,” “upper light,” and “upper force” among others, is the general force of nature, the general law of reality: a quality, force and law of love, bestowal and connection. It has nothing to do with religion or belief.
We exist in a thought. Think of it like a massive computer program. Ultimately, in this system, the role of every person is to help us reach a final state of “Love your neighbor as yourself.” This is the law of the whole of reality, of our entire life and existence.
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