Our desires חֲשָׁקִים jashakim and the intensions that these move, must motivate us to integrate ourselves with the Creator instead of moving further and further away from him.
Our will, רָצוֹן ratzón, must be guided by Him or our selfishness will lead us to coexist in the midst of conflicts.
Today’s quotes remind us to “who is afraid of suffering, its already suffering from fear.”
It’s not without reason that the concept of Evil, RA, רע, leads us to the concept of ratzón atzmí, which translates selfish will.
Remember, changing what we want is the task He gave us to gives us what we really need.
We are called to let the holly wisdom Jojmá Chokmâh חכמה, illuminate our understanding daily.
Baál o belcebú בַּעַל זְבוּב as a concept implies a hallucination that takes our bejirá, freedom to teach us to distinguish between good and evil.
James 4:3 “You ask and do not receive, because you ask wrongly, to spend it on your passions.”
Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!