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"In essence, redemption is dependent on faith. The root cause of the exile is simply a lack of faith" (Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Likutey Moharan 7:1).
A Ben Noah’s entire life is influenced, directed, and immersed in the material world. What happens when the attractions of the material world are eclipsed by the more powerful spiritual awakening in the hearts of some Bnei Noah? How do we do our own part and improve our own characters and behaviors before we attempt to make this world a better place? How do we globalize our intentions? Is there an easy way?
The struggle begins with the struggle to be born and continues throughout our lives. Life is not easy, but when we believe in Tzaddikim (righteous man) and follow their advice, we can take the first step is beyond our superficial beliefs. When we acknowledge that there is one G--d , the Holy one, who has created the Heaven and Earth, blessed be Him, each and every Bnei Noah has the ability to accomplish great things. To achieve the Faith through the Truth, our Creator sent the Sages and gave His Torah to Moses on Mount Sinai.
Never let your faith be vulnerable, keep a constant search for the light of G--d and let Him into your heart, pray, read the Bible as a source of life. Gather with others and find yourself in the Scriptures, reading the Psalms, so that we can recognize the hand of G--d supporting us and sustaining our lives. His goodness and kindness fills the world.
Believing in G--d is to observe His commandments as we observe medical treatment. We take one step at a time, with faith and trust in order to have the responsibility to fulfill the doctor's advice. It's the same to be a Ben Noah. One needs to be attached to the Tzaddik to guide us in a world of darkness. To avoid falling into the clutches of the evil inclination, and at the same time bring those who are far from G--d closer to Him.
If we care about the physical and spiritual health of our colleagues and strangers, we can make this world a better place, Baruch Hashem. We must do charity for the needy. We must seek goodness in the heart of others. We must recognize that we are all One with G--d. If not, we will continue to live in exile, a world of illusion. Our bodies will be devoid of Divine Wisdom.
The Bnei Noah, or Gentiles, must observe the seven Noahide laws given to all nations. These laws are: 1) Believe in G-d, no idols 2) do not blaspheme, 3) do not steal, 4) do not kill, 5) do not commit adultery, 6) establish judicial courts, 7) do not eat a member of a living animal and do not be cruel to any animal.
Perfect faith is when you believe in G-d.
(This article is inspired by the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov)