Answer: Attributing everything that happens with a person to the Creator sums up the only task a person has in our world, meaning when the Creator is concealed. The only force that exists in creation determines all the thoughts, desires, and actions that a person has, “There is none else beside Him” (Deuteronomy 4:35).
It seems to a person that he has desires and thoughts; this is a discovery of the concealment of the Creator. In this concealment, which is called, “this world,” a person’s task is to attribute everything that happens to the Creator from the start. The only sin, mistake, or iniquity is that a person doesn’t attribute everything to the Creator.
Accordingly, the only task of a person is to attribute all thoughts, desires and actions to their source, the Creator, and to see himself as a result of all the actions of the Creator. See the articles, “There is None Else Beside Him,” “Thou Hast Hemmed Me In Behind and Before,” “Concealment and Disclosure of the Face of the Creator,” and others.