Torah, Deuteronomy 26:8 – 26:11: And the Lord brought us out from Egypt with a strong hand and with an outstretched arm, with great awe, and with signs and wonders. And He brought us to this place, and He gave us this land, a land flowing with milk and honey. And now, behold, I have brought the first of the fruit of the ground which you, O Lord, have given to me.” Then, you shall lay it before the Lord, your God, and prostrate yourself before the Lord, your God. Then, you shall rejoice with all the good that the Lord, your God, has granted you and your household you, the Levite, and the stranger who is among you.
“Brought the first of the fruit of the ground” means to bring intention for all. By bestowing to all, I bestow to the Creator.
Naturally, the Creator, in fact, does not need any fruit. In the corporeal world, they were brought to distribute among the people.
Question: But man exists to enjoy…?
Answer: The Torah does not address a person who wants to enjoy. It requires a completely different attitude.
One can refer to it only if one wants to reach the meaning of life. Otherwise everything is useless, one will only distort it! If one starts interpreting it in his own egoistic manner, he will receive a completely different Torah.
Question: So do I come to the Torah with pain, with a broken heart?
Answer: You do it only with a desire to comprehend the meaning of your existence and to reach its root—the force that guides you! Otherwise, you will “rewrite” it and you will end up having thousands of religions.
Question: Then what does the goal to bring enjoyment to the creation mean?
Answer: To bring enjoyment to the creation is a great goal of a person who knows what to do, how to help others, and how to lead them to adhesion with the Creator, with the quality of bestowal and love that will live in a person and guide his actions. Then a person starts to feel he is at the next level of existence in a completely different world: unlimited by time, life, or death.
Question: Is it hard work?
Answer: If you do it alone, then it’s incredibly hard work, but if you do it together, then it’s very easy. Psychologically, a new approach is required here.
The most important thing is not the work itself, but the right attitude to this task. When a person comes to understand that everything is resolved only together, then everything becomes easy at once.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 11/9/16