“Jung’s own sense of the difficulty made him tell a rabbinical story of how
God wanted to make a world with his mercy and his justice.
The trouble was that if he used his mercy there would be too many sins,
and if he used his justice you couldn’t live.
So he mixed both of them up and said:
‘Oh, how I wish there would be a world.'”
by Skip Conover
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