A large number of answers to these questions have been proposed, from many different cultural and ideological backgrounds. The answers range from the view that each person is free and creates the meaning of his or her life, to the Abrahamic religions’ (faiths tracing their common origin to Abraham or recognizing a spiritual tradition identified with him) view of God creating the world and working through history to reach the End of Days and fulfill His #Cosmic Purpose.
“The purpose for which this world was created is that the Holy One, blessed be He, desired to have an abode in the lower worlds.”
“An abode in the lower worlds.” What does that mean? The term ‘world’ in Hebrew, olam, actually means concealment. The concept is that during Creation, God concealed himself so we could exist and exercise free will. The extent of the concealment was such that one can even doubt God’s existence.
It is our task to reveal God’s essence, “transforming the world’s superficial obscurity into an environment in which God’s Presence is felt, and in which He feels (so to speak) at home.”
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