Rabbi Yehuda Berg even accompanied the couple on their recent camping trip to help save their marriage — here’s what’s going on!
Ashton Kutcher is getting some help convincing Demi Moore not to move forward with their divorce. HollywoodLife.com has learned that Rabbi Yehuda Berg — the son of Philip Berg, who founded the Kabbalah Centre — is trying to save Demi and Ashton’s marriage, because he feels their divorce will reflect badly on Kabbalah.
Ashton, who was accused of sleeping with 22-year-old Sara Leal on the eve of his sixth wedding anniversary to Demi, has been leaning heavily on Rabbi Berg for support. The rabbi has remained close with the couple ever since he officiated their wedding in 2005, even accompanying them on a trip to Israel in Oct. 2010.
Our source stresses that Ashton is against the idea of a divorce, and is willing to do whatever it takes to make his marriage work.
The insider also tell us that Rabbi Berg is constantly reminding Demi of the following line, which he recently included in one of his blog entries: “This year, starting right now, this very second, each of us have to make the same commitment in the war that wages within ourselves, between the soul and the ego. Everywhere there exists potential for darkness or selfishness, we will instead reveal Light through acts of unconditional love and sharing.”
“Unconditional love” certainly seems to imply forgiveness. Do you think Ashton and Demi’s marriage can be saved?