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The Solution - Free Kabbalah Article

The Solution - Free Kabbalah Article

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 The Solution
 
 The Solution
Pragmatic Commune....................................................................................................7Private Opinion and Public Opinion.............................................................................8 The Corruption in Public Opinion................................................................................8 The New Structure........................................................................................................8 The Principle of Bestowal upon One’s Fellow Person.................................................9Private Opinion and Public Opinion.............................................................................9Disparity of Form.......................................................................................................11Human Attributes.......................................................................................................12More General Definitions...........................................................................................14 The Positive................................................................................................................18 The Negative..............................................................................................................22Debate.........................................................................................................................25Foreword.....................................................................................................................26News...........................................................................................................................28 The Religious Form....................................................................................................34Propaganda.................................................................................................................36 The Differences between Huar’s Method and Mine..................................................38 The Leader of the Generation.....................................................................................39Personal Interests of the Individual............................................................................39Action Before Thought...............................................................................................39 Three Postulates..........................................................................................................39 Truth and Falsehood...................................................................................................39Public Opinion............................................................................................................40 The Corruption in the Public Opinion........................................................................40 The Origin of Democracy and Socialism...................................................................40 The Contradiction between Democracy and Socialism..............................................41Materialistic Humanism.............................................................................................41Outside this World......................................................................................................41 The Essence of Religion.............................................................................................42 The Leaders of the Public...........................................................................................42Perception of the World..............................................................................................42 The Essence of Corruption and Correction is in the Public Opinion.........................42Good Deeds and
 
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 The Solution
 I have been requested to present my perception of a solution to the painful problem of the unification of all the parties and the trends on a single background. Firstly, I mustconfess that I have no solution to this question in the way it was presented, nor willthere ever be a solution to it.Wise men throughout time and in every generation have already contemplated thisconundrum, yet they have failed to find a natural solution to it, accepted by all parties inthe midst of them. Many have suffered, and many are yet to suffer before they find thegolden path that will not be in contrast with the trends amidst them. The difficulty of the matter is that the ideals in a person are unable to yield their tenorwhatsoever, as one might yield in matter, as much as it is necessary for one’s bodilyexistence. Conversely, with ideals, it is the nature of the idealist to sacrifice all that hehas for the triumph of his idea. If one must relinquish ones ideal in even the smallestmeasure, it is not a full relinquishment. Instead, one keeps a watchful eye for anopportune moment to come and collect his own. Thus, such compromises areuntrustworthy.It is even more so with an ancient nation, with a civilization reaching thousands of yearsinto the past. Its idealism has already developed to a much greater extent than thosenations that have only recently evolved. It is quite hopeless that they will come to anycompromise in that regard.It is unwise to think that, in the end, the most just ideal shall triumph over the otherideals. When considering their transient nature, they are all just, for “Every man has hisplace, and every thing has its time”, as our ancient sages have said.Hence, ideals are like a wheel that comes full circle. Ideals excluded in ancient timeswere revived in the Middle Ages, and after they were excluded in the Middle Ages, theyreappeared in our generation. This shows us that they are all right, and none of themmerits everlasting existence. Thus, the nations of the world, although this racket is disastrous to them too, still have astrong back, enabling them to bear this terrible burden. Nevertheless, it does post animmediate threat to their existence. Yet, what must a poor nation do when its very sustenance depends on the remains andbits that the nations gracefully throw them, once they have had their fill. Their backs aretoo weak to endure the affliction of this racket. Even more so, these perilous times placeus at the edge of the abyss. The time is not right for mindless words, for squabble andinternal strife.In accordance with the severity of the hour, I am to propose a true solution, one that Ithink should be accepted by all parties and unite them as a single unit. However, beforeI begin with my proposition, I would first like to appease the minds of the readers, asthey would certainly want to know my own views regarding politics.I must admit that I consider the socialistic ideal, which is the concept of just and equaldivision, as the truest. Our planet is rich enough to provide for all of us, so why thistragic war for life which has been clouding our lives for generations? Let us divide thework and its produce equally among ourselves and end all the troubles.After all, what joy have even the millionaires among us from their property if not thegreat confidence in their sustenance for themselves and for their children severalgenerations ahead? In a government of just division, they will also have greatconfidence, even to a greater extent. If you say that they will not have the prior

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