Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

How do you judge someone fairly?

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You judge someone fairly by being an intermediary between the Creator and the world. The world can bring any charges against the Creator, and a fair judge can acquit everyone of almost all of these charges. That is, a fair

When Nationalism Serves Humanism

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These tense days, the situation in Israel is exacerbating the social rifts and divisions in the country. While some people decry the loss of national pride, others warn that Israel is becoming a nationalistic, racist state. Is there a healthy

Will AI ever replace the judicial system?

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Scientists in China have created an AI judicial system has been shown to prosecute with 97% accuracy from tests at the prosecutor’s office in Shanghai. It was trained on 17,000 cases, and the system was found to arraign on charges

What is Kabbalah in one sentence?

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Kabbalah is a wisdom that explains the single force of nature, which determines everything, and which exists and acts in every person and in the whole of humanity. Based on the Daily Kabbalah Lesson on the article “The History of

Who was the Zohar written for?

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The Zohar was written for people who want to reach life’s peak, the purpose of creation, and strive to change their intention from our inborn egoistic one—reception for personal benefit alone—to one where we bestow, love and positively connect to others.

Why do we need technology even though we know it will harm us in the future?

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We initially take examples from nature, that what we see in nature we also wish to implement, and in so doing, we need naturalists and scientists who are interested to recreate what is in nature into mechanics. However, other people

Iranians Are Waking Up

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Despite obvious risks to their safety and decades of oppression by Islamic orthodoxy, young Iranians are saying “We have had enough!” The protests began following the death of twenty-two-year-old Mahsa Amini while in police custody. She was allegedly beaten unconscious

Is it wrong for a mother to steal baby food when not having enough money for it?

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A broke mother stealing baby food is a clear example of a situation where a person has no choice. Such a state is terrible, and it is a shame that it could play out in a society that simultaneously wastes

Peace Is More than Nonviolence

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Today, September 21, is the International Day of Peace. The UN General Assembly has declared that this day is dedicated to “strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.” Considering the global ambiance of violence

Nature vs. Human Nature

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One of the latest forms of weapon that superpowers are racing to develop is hypersonic missiles. China, Russia, and the US are all developing missiles that can fly at more than five times the speed of sound (more than 1

What is your review of the NGL app?

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One of my students recently asked me about a phenomenon related to the NGL app: that it lets its users express their opinions anonymously, and it became a place where people curse, threaten and express themselves in the most aggressive

When Will Leaders Mean What They Say?

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When we look at all the promises that politicians have made, and broken, it makes us doubt the purpose of giving any weight to their statements in the first place. It would be difficult to find one statement, or even