The Purpose of a Person in Life

219.01Question: You have repeatedly said that if a person does not listen to at least an hour of a lesson a day, then this, in principle, is a day thrown out of life. If we take our typical day, what things have to go through it in order for it to be effective?

Answer: During the day, a person should listen to my lessons, read the sources of Baal HaSulam and Rabash, get involved in communication with friends all over the world, and understand how his group, the ten, the closest environment to him, is moving. He must see what he is doing in order to somehow elevate himself up, at least in part. He needs to implement all this through dissemination, making contacts, and so on.

That is, his day should include studying and communication with his group, through it, with the Creator, and communication with the broad masses in order to bring them closer to a single system that strives to reveal the Creator.

This is a super-goal that a person should have in life. If he does not do this, then he is spiritually dead.

Comment: In the classical understanding of life, a person spends all day at work…

My Response: What difference does it make what he does physically? Today we have such a life that, in general, does not prevent him from performing his functions. But at the same time, his head, his goal, and life intentions can be completely different—directed toward a spiritual goal.
From KabTV’s “I Got a Call. Importance of the Lesson” 11/3/09

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