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Rabbi Edward Nydle - The Legend of Lilith (The Origins of Evil and the Fall of Man) (7.9 MB)

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The origins of evil are the same as the root causes of all mankind's problems: ignorance, prejudice, apathy, hatred, envy, jealousy, and greed which arise from within man because of his yetzer harah (evil inclination). Evil arises from ignorance about YHWH's6 instructions, ethics and morals, a lack of sympathy, compassion, and empathy for your neighbor, and lusting after more than one deserves and needs. Evil is manifest through the behavior of man, but yet it exists beyond the realm of actions it exists in the heart and... More >>>
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Author:      Rabbi Edward Nydle
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The origins of evil are the same as the root causes of all mankind's problems: ignorance, prejudice, apathy, hatred, envy, jealousy, and greed which arise from within man because of his yetzer harah (evil inclination). Evil arises from ignorance about YHWH's6 instructions, ethics and morals, a lack of sympathy, compassion, and empathy for your neighbor, and lusting after more than one deserves and needs. Evil is manifest through the behavior of man, but yet it exists beyond the realm of actions it exists in the heart and mind of every man and woman. As long as mankind exists, you will find the evil inclination (yetzer harah) within him. It is a matter of man's free choice and exercising the gift of free will.

The Torah is in the form of a book but it not a book. It is not a written text but a living text. Concealed within it is a living soul, a consciousness. It is alive it is aware it knows itself and its Creator, and it knows mankind. The Torah cannot be read like a book, as that only disguises its real intent. One has to go behind the written text of the Torah and find its hidden secrets, as these are the paths to contacting its living essence. Then it will speak to you and you will hear the voice of the Torah, the inner voice of your consciousness, in the secret place where the conscious mind unites with the unconscious.

Rabbi Edward Nydle