A deep look into our internal struggles and how JOY is the key to victory.
The world is overflowing with Divine energy. How can I make it flow through me? Listen to this week’s talk and found out!
One of the most perplexing stories in the Torah is how Jacob receives the blessing over his brother Esau. In this talk, we explore the depths of what it means to stand for Truth is a world that is still incomplete, and even deeper what it means to be a soul in a physical world.
The World of the Unseen
by David Sacks
“For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance, he is about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.” — Robert Jastrow Professor of Geophysics at Columbia University and Director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Do you believe all that exists can be seen with your eyes?
Or are there realms that exist, some dwarfing even our own, that remain completely hidden?
Up until recently, if you attested to the unseen, you were called a believer.
For good reason. The unseen was the ballroom where mystics gathered.
Then slowly but surely, scientists started crashing the party.
When Louis Pasteur discovered that the microbes in unpasteurized milk were causing illness, the villagers laughed at him.
How can germs be there if you can’t see them?
But Pasteur was right, and they were wrong. Countless lives were saved, and microbiology was born.
Today, physicists, astronomers, and mathematicians, all understand that there are entire dimensions beyond our own that exist that can’t be seen.
I don’t know if they’ve given them names yet.
But I wonder if one day, they’ll realize it’s heaven.
If a person can actually enter the exalted palace of the moment, there’s nothing that they don’t have. But how do we get there? In this week’s talk, we take a deep dive into the verse, “And Abraham was sitting at the opening of the tent” for inspiration and a blueprint for arriving. Have a Great Week, David.