Answer: An egoistic desire to receive pleasure only for one’s own sake without considering anything else in the world is called a broken desire.
Question: How can a soul have a name? Who gives a name to a soul? Is it the Creator?
Answer: A soul itself earns its name according to the degree to which it ascends. The level of similarity to the Creator determines the name of the soul.
Question: Is the soul one for all?
Answer: In general, we attain a state where we see that this is exactly so.
Question: Is there a meaning of life for one single person as an individual or is there a common meaning for all the people on the planet?
Answer: A person alone will not be able to find the meaning of life because we all come from one single soul of Adam. Therefore, only the attainment of the common soul gives us a feeling of the meaning of life.
Question: Is the antagonism between the parts of a single soul a trick of the Creator?
Answer: Yes. This is necessary for us in order to unite between ourselves despite our egoism and to reach the force of desire that is 613 times greater than the one we had in our initial state.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 4/23/17