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Why Are Some People Left-Handed and Some Are Right-Handed?

According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, there is a higher level of reality where connections between diverse phenomena in our world connect at their root, similar to the reverse side of an embroidered picture.
As the forces descend from that higher reality into the one that we perceive and feel, there are right-handed people, left-handed people, and ambidextrous people, the latter of which are much rarer.
Mostly people are initially left-handed, and they simply convert over to right-handed. By clasping our hands together and seeing whether our right or left thumb is on top, we can see if we were originally right-handed or left-handed.
The root of whether we are right-handed, left-handed or ambidextrous lies in what Kabbalah calls the three lines that base our soul. Some people stem more from the right line, others more from the left, and the third type in the middle. It depends on the kind of souls, because we all interconnect into a single system, one soul, and we each have our unique function in that system, like the various cells and organs of a human body.
Moreover, many of our bodies’ cells and organs operate in different directions and do not necessarily coincide. Another example of such a system is a car, with its various parts moving in different directions, some turning forward, others backward, and as a result, they mutually serve to push the entire car forward. Our lives are similar, with everyone seeming to function in their own versatile way, while there is a general overriding balance.
Therefore, it does not matter if one person is right-handed and another is left-handed. These are merely outward expressions of our inner states, of qualities that descend into our world. The question is whether we seek to harmoniously and peacefully complement each other’s qualities, i.e., not to use our qualities to outcompete and suppress others, but to benefit them.
Based on KabTV’s “I Got a Call. Left-handed and Right-handed” with Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman on July 30, 2011. Written/edited by students of Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman.
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