Question: If you want something, you start seeing it everywhere. I know this myself. For example, when you want to buy a car, you constantly see this particular make of car everywhere, and before that, you did not pay attention. There are many such psychological studies: suddenly you begin to see things that you did not value before, they were not in your field of vision.
It turns out that we do not see the Creator because we do not appreciate Him. He is not important to us.
The Creator is the quality of bestowal. Is it that bestowal is not important to us? Is it only the quality to receive that is important? Is only this valuable to us? Is that why we do not see Him?
Answer: If we received something from the Creator, we would not pay attention to Him.
Comment: But the whole world still prays to the Creator, and we remember Him when we feel bad.
My Response: This is just in case. We do not pray to the Creator, but to the golden calf—”people perish for metal.” Everyone prays to what they receive egoistic pleasure from.
Question: Which Creator should I turn to?
Answer: To the true one, to the property of bestowal and love. If you have the quality of bestowal and love for your neighbor, then you can turn it to the Creator. If not, you will not turn to the Creator in any way, He will be hidden from you.
Question: Do you want to say that the Creator created other people instead of Himself and gave me a field of activity? If I treat them with love, is it identical to the fact that I treat Him the same way?
Answer: Yes, you will gradually come from love for your neighbor to love for the Creator.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States.The Significance of the Spiritual” 5/24/21