Answer: Kabbalists have their mission. They come into this world to serve humanity.
Question: Do you want to say that they have no life of their own?
Answer: No. Suppose that even though I am not a great Kabbalist, I sit like a monk, go out only for photographs and television programs, to a lesson or sit in front of my computer working on material and that’s it.
In what way am I different from a hermit? In nothing. What do I have besides? In principle, nothing. So what am I in this world for?
The life of a Kabbalist is to transfer knowledge to others, and that is how the chain continues until all of us reach the goal of creation, perfection and eternity.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/25/15