What is the Purpose of Creation?
Questions about the post “Kabbalists On The Purpose Of Creation,” Part 5
Question: Aren’t the desire to receive and a material body the same?
My Answer: Yes, because bodies don’t exist; the desire to receive is the only creation.
Question: Is the law of cause and consequence the same at a certain degree as well as while “descending degree-by-degree”?
My Answer: The law of gradual consecutive development is the same for both the general and the particular.
Question: It is said that this world is an exact copy of the spiritual world.
1. Is the task of humanity to correct itself in order to allow this world to reclaim its place in spirituality?
2. Humanity’s correction directly depends on the correction of each individual. Can we arrive at the conclusion that the law of “love thy neighbor as thyself” will soon look as follows: The point in the heart will be revealed in every person in the world and people will try to sense their neighbors as themselves in order to fill them and thus become similar to the Creator (giving)?
Is it correct that in order to achieve this, each person will make a resolution to start giving, and, as a result, everybody will sense other people’s desires as their own? Then, will everybody start working with the desires of others as if they were their own? Will such work eliminate the necessity to materialize certain desires like murder, theft, and so on?
My Answer: All of this is absolutely correct!