Reflections on Jewish Spirituality and Mystical Thought
FaceBook Comments:SRD: B'ruch Hashem ♥Choni Elchonon Kihleel: This is a realization is not just cute. It concerns me. However, it's too private to discuss.BT: Its a great realization and there is no time such as the presentChoni Elchonon Kihleel: True BT, It reminds me of the person who visits the King's castle prefers to spend the time enjoying the beauty of the castle, rather than seeing the King. I guess so long as one is in the castle, s/he can always call for help.AFL: Anyone may call for help, but Hashem may not listen to those who have not truly served Him because they were too busy ... and when such kind call Him, his line may just be busy for them to get through ...Choni Elchonon Kihleel: My friend I think differently. I think if the Creator brought a person around to realize his/her error, then the Creator also planned to see the job of transforming the person to the end and not leave it half baked. Otherwise, what's the purpose?AFL: Exactly, but there are those who are half-baked as they refuse to ever realize their errors ... the Creator's plan is partnership with humans ... it takes two to tango and not everyone is willing to dance ... :~)Yesterday at 7:59pm · LikeUnlikeChoni Elchonon Kihleel: To AFL, I was only discussing people who are willing to dance. However, I am convinced that sometimes (maybe not always) in His immense compassion the Creator helps even those who don't help themselves. In such cases, the Creator makes the music sweet enough that they're inspired to dance.