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Wednesday, June 06, 2018


Shalom, Shalom. We commence this DEVAR TORAH by focusing our ATTENTION upon the title of the PARASHAT. The title of the PARASHAT is SHELACH. The IVRI (Hebrew) transliteration SHELACH is interpreted to mean SEND FORTH. The PARASHAT opens up with the SCENARIO of HaShem addressing the NAVI MOSHE concerning the sending forth of men to spy out the PROMISED LAND. The wording employed by HaShem seems to imply that sending forth the spies is OPTIONAL. It is written, “HaShem spoke to Moses saying, Send forth men, if you please, and let them spy out the Land of Canaan that I give to the Children of Israel…” The words “if you please” seem to imply that the sending out of the spies was OPTIONAL, that is, left up to the discretion of the NAVI Moshe.

No doubt the possession of the PROMISED LAND had been predetermined at the CAUSAL LEVEL of CONSCIOUSNESS is certain to take place in TIME and SPACE. The question is, why was it necessary to send in spies to SURVEY that which will ultimately be possessed?
The option that was being presented to the NAVI Moshe is revelatory that the PROMISES are subject to unfolding as a PROCESS. In other words, the SURVEY given by the leaders was destined to reveal their perception of the MATTER.

One’s perception of a MATTER effects one’s ability in the attainment of the GOAL. In other words, the time of the attainment of a GOAL can be now, but the perception of the one who is destined to make the attainment can hinder the unfoldment, yea, a lack of CONFIDENCE can HINDER what is meant to be obtained in the NOW.

An effective leader is one who comprehends the perception of his/her proteges. The comprehension of the perception gives rise to providing the spiritual counsel that is needful for success. An effective leader is one who understands that his/her success is based on the SUCCESS of his/her proteges. The option given to the NAVI Moshe was to enable in the comprehension of the perspective of his proteges.

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