Answer: We do not speak about the Creator. Regarding us, the Creator has no emotions. He is the absolute to whom we attribute our feelings, our actions, our thoughts, because it is convenient for us.
But in Him, there is nothing, and His attitude toward us is absolutely the same. He does not change, He is perfect. Therefore, His attitude toward us can be called absolute love, bestowal, and a good influence.
Saying that the Creator is angry, the Creator is dissatisfied, the Creator needs to do this or that, we speak from ourselves, because it is so much easier for us to direct ourselves to something that also changes in accordance with our actions. But in fact, there are no changes.
Moreover, the Creator is completely indifferent to how we behave and what we do. We ourselves begin to attain: “I need to behave differently; I have to be better, to rise above, etc. What do I attain, how does the world change?” But the Creator is above all our greatest intentions. It does not affect Him.
When we say that we want to give pleasure to the Creator, to bestow something to Him, to love Him—it is all about changing a person, and that is it!
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 8/13/17