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Life – Whose Is It?

Life - Whose Is It?
Life – Whose Is It?
by Rav Michael Laitman, PhD

Saving our planet has become a key issue on our global agenda. But to avoid further destruction of Earth, we must answer a much deeper question: What is life for?

The meaning of life
The oneness concept was first discovered by ancient Kabbalists some 5,000 years ago, but is today a proven scientific fact. This concept tells us that life’s purpose is not a personal thing; it is a comprehensive, “panoramic” perception of all that exists. According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, only when we transcend our selves, our egos, do we achieve life’s meaning, since only then do we see the “big picture,” that is, our own place in the comprehensive picture of creation. It is only then that we understand why we are born and what we need to do in this life.

To understand the meaning of life, we need to achieve such a sensation of the universe that there will be no difference between life and death, and existence as physical entities or spiritual entities. If we could freely live in all dimensions, earthly and spiritual, and not just in our present perception, we would know that we truly are eternal. more…

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