For example, if a person buys a lottery ticket, one hopes to win even though the odds are one in a million. But it is much more likely that he will be hit by a car when he goes out on the street, yet we don’t think about that. Why is this?
Answer: A person thinks only about the things he wants. Therefore, he doesn’t think about the day of his death. Instead, one thinks about how to gain something for tomorrow.
Question: Since nature has developed us this way, how can we use it?
Answer: What is good and what bad is measured against the result, what you finish your life with. And the goal of our life is to reach the highest level of existence, which is defined as eternal and infinite.
Relative to this result, you must cross the border between life and death.
Question: Does the fact that we are so vulnerable and neglect the reality that something can happen to us, moves us to the goal?
Answer: That is precisely what advances us so that we come to the realization of the need to understand what we live for.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era,” 4/23/20