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Only if one gives up all their desires, can they have a completely objective view, and the only way to to do that, is not allowing your own opinion, which obviously is completely or even somewhat, but you can never know, tainted toward your desires, to be the ruler; rather, only only only what God desires for you to do! – which can be ascertained though following the advice of a Mashpia!

4 thoughts on “Only if one gives up all their desires, can they have a completely objective view, and the only way to to do that, is not allowing your own opinion, which obviously is completely or even somewhat, but you can never know, tainted toward your desires, to be the ruler; rather, only only only what God desires for you to do! – which can be ascertained though following the advice of a Mashpia!”

  1. Shalom…

    We absolutely love the blog comments you send to us… so deep… way above my head…but love learning all of this… Thank you very much… Wonder if you might explain what a Mashpia is?

    1. Hi Annie

      Thanks, I am gratified that I have at least one reader: ) !

      A Mashpia is the methodology to receive God’s advice for you and as our generation is so desperately in need of guidance, God through the Rebbe has revealed this system to us.

      What is a Mashpia?

      Simple, if you request a Chabad Rabbi or Rebbetzin (learned Jewish lady from Chabad) for their spiritual advice in your life, God ensures that the advice they tell you shall be accurate. Though I am nobody, as this is a system from God, if you would like to ask me, I will be happy to reply and of course it would not be my, rather God ensuring that his wisdom – for God can use anyone and anything to convey his message and this is a system to ensure you know it does – will come to you.

      1. Yes. However, the Urim Vitumim was more like a Rebbe – prophet – hence any answer to any question; however, the Rebbe taught us four mechanisms for the three categories of questions he would generally receive, which can be replaced through this method – in spiritual matters ask a Mashpia – in financial matters ask a friend in business, and in medical matters ask a Doctor who is a friend; as well as follow the Rambams advice of eating healthy to never get ill in the first place – considering the enormous confusion as well as our personal inability to be objective in our own life, as our desires skew our thinking towards what will give us pleasure as opposed to what is right and good, hence I believe very passionately that if we don’t use these mechanisms our ablity to fall is far greater than our ability to rise.

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