Kabbalah & Mysticism
The Baal Shem Tov explained: Why is the Kabbalistic wisdom called the Hidden Wisdom? Works on the Kabbalah are readily available! If a person is capable of understanding the Talmud and law codes, he will be able to understand the Kabbalah, while if he can't understand the Talmud and law codes, he won't be able to understand the Kabbalah. Then why is it called the Hidden Wisdom???
The reason is that the entire Kabbalah is built on two foundations, which are both hidden. The two hidden foundations of the Kabbalah are Fear of Heaven, and Love of God. These two are hidden in man's heart - for no-one can tell by looking at a person from the outside if he truly fears and loves God. It is because these two hidden traits of Fear and Love are the foundation of the entire Kabbalah that it is called the Hidden Wisdom.
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