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Deep in meditation, the mind’s eye catches a glimmer of light.

The light is not G‑d.

Secluded from the business of humankind and earthly pleasures, immersed in knowledge of the higher realms, there comes a day the prophet hears with his ears the voice that brings all into being, sees with his eyes the splendor of that light.

That light is not G‑d.

In a time to come, every small child will see more than the greatest prophet has ever seen; the physical eye will perceive more than any soul has every known; there will be a world, and its entire being will be a means to know its Creator—so much so that the very stones of the earth will scream out, “There is nothing else but He!”

That is G‑d.

Maamar V’nachah Alav 5725.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.