Optimizing Life

963.6A person always wants to get the maximum return with a minimal investment. Nature works like that in everything. This is its general law. If we are dealing with the desire to receive, the desire to bestow, laws of development, absorption, and so on, we always see that nature strives for optimization.

Kabbalah reveals a more universal law of nature to us that takes its integrality into account. In principle, egoism remains, but it begins to take into account everything around it. And then I have to think about others, about correct interaction with them whether I want it or not, because otherwise everything will come back to me like a boomerang.

Therefore, egoism, willy-nilly, becomes altruistic and takes others in consideration because I cannot exist otherwise.

This form of mutual activity when we begin to see our integrality and work together on a common goal, on optimizing our life at all levels, leads us to unification, to mutual inclusion in each other where I must understand the other as myself, and myself as the other

Thus, we turn into one single community including all of us and the inanimate, vegetative, and animate forms of nature.

As a result, we come to a state where our thoughts change. We see everything not in a narrow, straightforward egoistic form, but in an expanded, integral form, where we consider the whole world to be our own.
From KabTV’s “The Science of Management”

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