Pretty cool Coming up in the next five ten years are bendable paper-sized thin-film phones, computers, screens, you name it. What is the lesson in our Avodas Hashem (becoming better people?) Well following Rabbi Michoel Goldman’s article on Oros Bikeilim namely, G-d desires we should have maximum contained light in our lives, i.e. bring as much light without going out of reality; perhaps a simple idea is as follows: Its not the vessel / container / machine that counts, it is only the information stored in it that does.

Merging infinity into the finite One of the greatest if not the greatest conundrums in life is that it is obvious that an infinite source created finite. In other words, in order to be able to make something out of nothing and everyone agrees this world arose in the instant of G-d’s desire for it to arise and was formed into its current miraculous dimensions, one needs to cross an unbridgeable gap. Kabbalists have been speaking about this gap from top down for thousands of years (Tzimtzumim etc. etc.) however physics and pretty much all scientific fields have discovered this gap going from down up. In every scientific field, E, the place where man is unable to understand through logic how what he observes can happen, has been reached; there are even books on this and I personally heard this from a man who holds three doctorates and sits on the Board of Universities in Switzerland and was sent by his board to travel the world’s universities to study all the latest theories. So scientists have reached the infinite gap going backwards, i.e. people used to think that there were finite rules, that a finite mind could comprehend; as Einstein perhaps the greatest of deterministic minds who even probed the relativity of matter said “that despite the proof of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle (a shocking revelation that matter is not predictable – subject to logical laws on one hand at fundamental reality, and yet highly predictable in observable reality,) that he would still seek a deterministic pattern which is when he is reputed to have said, “G-d doesn’t play dice with the universe.” The critical thinking that Einstein and perhaps all others – excluding Jewish mysticism missed – is in the notion of a living G-d actually recreating reality every second. Read more…

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