Class Fourteen

Page 15-16. The fourth idea of Bchirah (Free will): The mind provides choices and the Yechida chooses (breaks the tie). If Yechida is revealed, one has only one choice. If the Yechida functions subliminally, a person has two intellectual options that are equal (as he has both good and evil in himself) and then the hidden effect of the Yechida leans towards good. Thus both requirements of free will are met: 1) there are choices, 2) Something higher than the choices is breaking the tie and choosing freely.


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