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On World Peace

Absolute Good and Not Good


Published: September 14, 2021
Originally recorded: August 16, 2021

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Lesson Highlights

  • Our shared humanity is greater than any superficial difference that separates us
  • The importance of defining 'good and not good' as qualities and deeds
  • The relative value between the individual and the collective
  • We all have the perfect environment to fulfill our correction
  • Using our free will to consciously choose a healthy and positive environment that support our individual transformation


Lesson Description

Rav Ashlag asserts that the individual and his or her environment are deeply intertwined. In this lesson, we learn about the kabbalistic definition of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ and their connection to the individual and his or her environment.


About This Course

Many kabbalistic prayers end with the word 'peace,' or 'shalom' in Hebrew. The root of this word is 'shalem', meaning 'complete.' We experience true peace when things in our lives are complete and we have certainty. Based on the book 'On World Peace' by Rav Ashlag, this course will explore the kabbalistic meaning of peace and why so many are misguided in their quest for it. Learn how kabbalists cultivate peace in their lives, even in the midst of challenging situations. These modules help you gain a clearer perspective on why unconditional love is key in maintaining peace.


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