Question: According to statistics, more than one-half of materialistic scientists believe in God. They comprise 54 to 85% in their various countries. In spite of this, you mentioned that it is not so simple for scientists to believe in God.
Answer: It is possible to divide the scientists’ opinions into several categories. In the meantime, there are people who automatically believe in God. Some do “just in case.” There are those who are in doubt and say, “We don’t know everything. It could be that there is some force,” and there are scientists who have Galileo’s or Spinoza’s views or others, meaning that God is nature, the supreme, upper intellect.
The wisdom of Kabbalah speaks about God as the collective intellect above our beastly nature.
When we connect among ourselves—and that is possible through annulling the ego and rising above it in connection with each other, according to the principle of “Love your neighbor as yourself”—then one, common intellect is formed between us, which is called Creator, God. That’s all, and there is nothing supernatural about it.
If scientists would think this way, it would be good since then they would do it themselves and advise everyone to connect in order to attain the supreme intellect. Then science would become the wisdom of Kabbalah.
From KabTV’s “News with Michael Laitman” 12/10/15