Wisdom never shattered.
Within the original conception of this universe, within it's design and its destiny, within that intense thought that exploded into the innumerable fragments that comprise our world, deep within was a seed, and within that seed lay the power of all that could ever be, the power of the infinite.
We call that seed chochmah, translated as wisdom. The Kabbalists call it "the power of what is."
Wisdom Discovering Itself
The outer shell of that seed crumbled and fell. It’s innumerable fragments became the principles and patterns of the universe—the wisdom of what is and what could be.
But the inner light of that seed remained whole and pure. It is the wisdom of what should be. It is the wisdom of tikun. It is the voice that Moses heard at Sinai.
The outer wisdom is the wisdom of how things work. And so, it cannot change anything.
The inner wisdom is the wisdom of what things are.Inner wisdom is the wisdom of what things are. And so, it has the power to change everything And so, it has the power to change everything.
The inner wisdom descends without corruption, yet condensed and compressed countless times over, until it crystallizes in our world as an act to perform, or one not to perform. And through those crystals of supernal wisdom, all things are repaired.
In the inner wisdom of tikun, all things find harmony. Each spark is illuminated and shines so that every event and every object reveals its meaning. It is a vision that oversees all, and discovers itself within all.
Forever New, Forever Ancient
The sages say the voice from Sinai never ended. And yet it never occurred again—because in every generation those who toil to delve into this inner wisdom and amplify its signal, they unfold yet more and more of that original seed, so that more and yet more of the tikun can be made.
With each tikun, the world has changed, and now this wisdom must unfold again,With each tikun, the world has changed, and now this wisdom must unfold again. to guide us in the tikun of this new world it has created.
Therefore, it is forever new, fresh and surprising. And yet it is forever ancient and unchanging. It is that which is beyond time, within time.
This is the Torah, which means "teaching," crystallized as the halachah, which means "the way."
Each word of Torah and halachah speaks in the same voice. It says, “This is the way things are. This is how they must be. Now go and change things.”
“Change everything. Make it what is was meant to be.”