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"Let Us Make a Small Walled-In Room" - Part 6

"Let Us Make a Small Walled-In Room" - Part 6

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"Let Us Make a Small Walled-In Room" - Part 6

Let Us Make a Small Walled-In Room
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Mary Thomasson Pinellas Park, Fl June 8, 2011

The "Crown" The rectification process of the world of Atzilut begins with the rectification of its "crown" (keter). The "crown" of a world is its essential "head" or "leader," of which is said in the Zohar: "When the head of the people [the "figures" of a given world] is rectified, the entire people is rectified." Reply

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