From The Awareness Of A Tiny Insect Up To The Consciousness Of Man

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: My students are constantly asking me questions: “What’s the meaning of my life? Why do I feel so bad and empty in this world?” I don’t know how to answer them.

Answer: Today the question of the meaning of life tangibly appears within many people. It is very hard to understand the answer to that question through our corporeal vessel. A small insect doesn’t understand that another kind of life exists. And we also resemble that small insect. And although we are more developed both in a positive and negative direction, we actually exist on that same level: we are born, we live, we die, and nothing is left of us.

The upper force determines all of our actions. So what is there to talk about? Are there good or bad people in this situation? No. We all execute the plan of creation.

Now humanity is gradually reaching the realization that all of us are included in some plan that works on us against our will. We aren’t able to do anything against it, except for one thing, to want to jump upwards and escape it. Only in that way can we exit the egoistic plan and enter the altruistic one.

In order for the transition for this to be possible, we need to comply with the harmonious laws of nature, with special laws of exchange that helps rise to a level of new existence and to be incorporated within it.

In the altruistic plan, there is really nothing from our world that results from the ego. There, everything exists above the speed of light: time disappears, as does movement and space, and only our consciousness exists.

We need to enter such a state, while still being those tiny insects that crawl on the plane of this world. This is what enrichment and integral education leads us to.
From the Bulgaria Convention “Dawn Of A New World” Day Two 11/2/13, Lesson 5

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