Growing or free falling
Moses was a man who asked to be blotted out from God’s book if God didn’t forgive his brother’s and sister’s sins. He lived for his people and was prepared to die for his people.
And at the end of the leader’s journey, Moses desired greatly to enter the land. And he prayed for it hundreds of times.
It doesn’t happen.
That doesn’t make sense because Moses is a hero of the Torah, if not The Hero. What kind of message is that from God to us?
Kabbalistically, desire that is manifest loses its powers.
Moses’s hidden deep gift to us is the blessings we haven’t yet received – the desire for the blessings we haven’t yet received.
The gift that Moses received for all of his prayers was the gift of pain from lack, and the gift of desire.
Moses’s gift to us, which we can connect to this Shabbat, is unfulfilled desire.
The greatest desire is unfulfilled desire as it assures that we will never be disconnected from the light of the Source.
How much pain am I experiencing right now about my lack of spiritual connection, wisdom and growth?
My connection is proportionate to the pain I feel from the lack of that connection.
I am growing or free falling.
So Moses’s constant prayers and desires manifested into the greatest possible gift to him and to us.
The gift of experiencing purpose in desire.
Understanding the deeper need for lack.
It is taught that every prayer cast and desire summoned is heard from the Source and accumulates and creates more light around us. The wise will not judge life’s circumstances and physical outcomes until they explore the hidden and more significant blessings contained.