The False Treasure: PART 2

Since publishing my first article, I have received many comments from friends – mostly religious. Some told me that they thought of my words as heresy, but that they still loved me and asked me to stay the way I am…   Now I’d like to delve a bit deeper into what I meant. The Torah has inspired great thinkers from every generation. The Jewish people wouldn’t be what they are if it wasn’t for the wisdom of those great thinkers and their writings. But I believe that God had more than one intention in mind when creating the Torah. Through the notion of a false treasure, I am referring to a different intention; the ULTIMATE intention. This is the one that has to do with what we call Geula, or Redemption, or Mashiah (משיח). When it comes to understanding that intention, nobody has been able to understand it to this day. I am referring to the idea that the answers to: “when”, “how” and “why” hide amongst the pages of the Torah. In order to find these answers, we must use a different vision, a vision that does not reside in any of those wise and beautiful books written in the past. It resides in a book that has not been written yet…