Why did God Create the World? « Wonders from Your Torah
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In this world, stuff from creation to the coming of Mashiach, clinic woman goes through 7 elevations until reaching her husband’s crown.

In the period following the messianic age woman will ascend higher than her husband altogether. She will shine light to him from above.

History is the story of the ascent of woman from a point beneath her husband’s foundation (power of procreation) to his superconscious crown

Rectification of character begins with faithfulness to one’s spouse – love, more about care, and devotion.

Love is in the heart, care is in the mind, devotion is in the soul.

When you love your heart beats stronger, when you care you concentrate on the needs of your beloved. Devotion is soul clinging to soul

The gematria of “May God lift up His countenance to you and give you peace,” the climax of the Priestly blessing = super-rational devotion.

The gematria of “May God shine His countenance upon you and give you grace” = love, care, devotion.

Care is concern manifest in deed – from mind to action. By fulfilling the sages’ adage “Say little and do much,” one connects mind to deed.
Creation begins with the letter bet, diagnosis which stands for blessing. In Kabbalah, drugstore the letter bet is the Divine energy embodied in the right eye.

God created us with two eyes, the right eye to see good in others and the left eye to see what needs correction in ourselves.

“A good eye shall be blessed [and bless others].” The good eye is the right eye. This is the power of blessing, with which creation begins.
Why did God create the world? A hard question to answer. Maybe only God knows. Nonetheless 4 answers have been suggested.

The 4 answers to why did God create the world correspond to the 4 letters of the His essential Name Havayah.

The first answer is that God has an irrational passion, treatment as it were, cure to create for Himself a dwelling below.

The 2nd answer is that God wants to be known by others. The 3rd – God wants to shower goodness on others. The 4th – a king needs a people.

Obviously, all of these answers are no more than a glimpse from afar, for we can never really why God created the world and why we are here.

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