Since the fallen soul can no longer live in the reality of absolute being it enters a relative actuality, an intellectual existence in which it is constantly becoming and never being the being who it truly is in reality. The soul projects a negative image of its being, the idea of an individual self, into the actuality of civilization, the false reality of the city, where it is held captive, conditioned and deformed within an artificial environment from which there can be no escape without a faith which reintroduces the absolute, spiritual categories of being into the world of intellectual existence.
I stopped a fellow once on a Jerusalem street and asked for directions to a certain place. He thought for a few minutes, turning in different directions contemplating the possibilities and finally threw his arms up in the air saying “you can't get there from here!” Such is my thought and its conclusions for those unfamiliar with it. “You can't get there from where you are at!'