Zot, Ayin, and the Hundredth Monkey

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Description: For me, spiritual awakening remains as complex as that old Hundredth Monkey legend, which goes like this: on an island in Japan, a group of monkeys learn to wash sweet potatoes and teach this skill to their children through observation and repetition. Once a critical number of monkeys have this skill down-thus the Hundredth Monkey-the behavior suddenly jumps across the water to a nearby island where other monkeys suddenly know how to wash sweet potatoes. Sitting in bed one morning, reading because I was too restless to meditate, I came across this paragraph in Avram Davis's book, The Way of Flame (Jewish Lights, 2007): There is a teaching: "When we become aware that only God exists, then God receives from us the complete joy he hopes for."
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