Assembling The “Puzzle” Of Creation

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: As far as I understand, during his lifetime a person must discover something eternal, the higher force. How is this felt?

Answer: It is felt that the person discovers a network that connects all of us together, which means humans and things below them, the levels of the still, vegetative, and animate nature, all of reality that is known and unknown to us, the systems and sectors of the entire creation, the entirety of nature. He discovers how this reality exists according to the single law of equivalence of form, reciprocity, unity, Arvut (mutual guarantee) as a single whole system. And the law that operates within this system is called the Creator.

This is truly a scientific discovery and there is no faith here, as there is among the religions, or bowing down before a higher force that dominates us, and that’s all. On the contrary, we must recognize and attain it.

This higher force that created us wants to be found scientifically and consciously so that we will become His partners in creation. He leaves work for us within that immense and powerful system that we discover so that we will complete this system through our efforts.

This is similar to how we give a puzzle to a child. We assemble the picture together with him, making it possible for him to add these or other parts to it. And then a complete picture emerges for us.

That is how it also is with the Creator; the comprehensive force of nature leaves us this “puzzle” with a few empty places. As we complete them, we begin to understand the depth of the entire creation, its essence and eternity. This is the most basic thing; we rise above temporal existence and our misery to a level of a perfect and infinite life.

This is precisely what the wisdom of Kabbalah teaches us, how to become aware and attain the higher force and become partners with Him.
From Israeli Radio Program 103FM, 1/18/15

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