New Life #411 – The Game of Changing Characters
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz
How does a person develop through the game, what is the goal of the game in our lives, and how is it possible to be clothed in the character of the divine and understand the game of life?
All our lives we play characters.
Children play games, do sports exercises and the like. Teenagers already begin to play characters. Basically all of us play different characters all of our lives, at home, at work, everywhere. We don’t know who we truly are. No person is familiar with himself. The ego obligates us to play characters.
It is possible to discover who I am only if I will begin to clothe in new forms that are of benefit to others, like the Creator. Playing the character of the divine means being good and beneficent to everyone. This is the most enjoyable game.
When a person wants to play the character of the divine, he begins to get the feeling and the understanding of what that is. This is not talking about just doing good. I must learn well what it means to be good like the divine. We learn this together, in a group of players. This is the most enjoyable, most complicated and most excellent game.
This is not about thinking that you are divine like a crazy person thinks, but is about the effort to be like Him in your attitude toward others.
From KabTV’s “New Life #411 – The Game of Changing Characters,” 22/6/14
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