Physically, birth is a one-time occurrence; spiritually, it is an ongoing process

Satisfaction is the beginning of the end. Once I am satisfied with what I accomplish, all of my future endeavors will be measured against my satisfaction rather than my ultimate potential. And so the verse instructs: “I shall fill the number of your days.” When I contemplate the fact that G-d created me with a purpose in mind, and each moment that I am here but not doing whatever I can to fulfill my personal mission in life I am wasting it… how can I possibly feel satisfied? How can I even find time to think about my satisfaction, even in spiritual terms, when every moment that I am not working on my assignment I am rebelling against the King:

http://www.kabbalaonline.org/kabbalah/article_cdo/aid/1772101/jewish/Spiritual-Infertility.htm

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3 Responses to Physically, birth is a one-time occurrence; spiritually, it is an ongoing process

  1. The Zohar teaches that souls descend from their root above in order to rectify below:

    http://www.kabbalaonline.org/kabbalah/article_cdo/aid/379912/jewish/Shadows-and-Soul-Mates.htm

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