In the video: Rabbi Pinto (Photo: Shova Israel)
Man is a social creature and in order to have good friends - investment and self-sacrifice is required, as the Rebbe Rabbi Yosiah Pinto explained in his last lesson in Morocco, according to him, "A person should adapt his society to himself.
adjust his friends, his sorority, and he should also be friendly towards them."
Rabbi Pinto added: "A person cannot say, 'I am good to myself and everyone should be good to me,' a person cannot sit all day, complaining and saying, 'This hurt me, it didn't tell me, it didn't listen to me, it didn't do to me', no.
If you will not be good to your friends - then who will be good to you?".
According to him: "King David says in the Psalms, 'The name will protect you', the Holy One, blessed be He, is like a shadow.
If you are good - everyone is good to you, if you behave well - it comes back to you well, but if you behave badly and you demand that everyone be good - that's a problem."
"A person should be good, behave well with everyone, not talk about people, not make disputes between people, do free love between people," Rabbi Pinto continued, "how much you do free love between people - it will come back to you, free love. How much That you make disputes between people and light a fire between people - it will come back to you in a bad way."
Aryeh Zamir, in collaboration with Shuba Israel