„The Creator is called—“Clearing the eyes of the man”—by the name of the action, which He performs by removing Malchut from the eyes of Partzuf. When the Creator removes the egoism from the eyes of a man, a man is awarded to discover the good.“

Dargot HaSulam

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rabbin polonais 1907 - 1991

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