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Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz: “The face of his terror.”

Everything a person does, his actions and thoughts, those that are just “not for God” down to the lowliest ones, are all realities that are attached to him.

If a person could see all these, the accumulation of days and years of “normal” life, not necessarily of evil, he could not carry on in the face of his terror.

Even though these forces are not depicted in photographs, each person has his own mental image of their appearance.

A person has a visual representation of sexual immorality or jealousy or fraud.

He himself created them, and they are all attached to him.

“Sin crouches at the entrance, and its desire is for you.”

This evil loves him and wants to be close to him, strangling him with the poison that the person himself secretes into his reality.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz