Many have tried to solve the riddle of the purpose of creation – why we come into this world, why we live and die. What is the purpose of creation according to the Kabbalah and how can one attain it?..
Why did the Kabbalah remain, much like all Jewish thought, in the margins of the development of the cultural world, without influencing the advancement of humanity, as did western philosophy?..
Why are so few people asking themselves questions about creation? How can people be made more interested in learning the purpose of creation?..
Relative to the spiritual world, what is humanity’s position?..
If the Creator is benevolent and wants us to enjoy ourselves, then what is the source of our pain?..
Why does the Creator force His creatures to suffer if He really wants to endow them with “eternal heaven?”..
Do we influence our position in the spiritual world? Is this the goal of the Correction?..
Why did the Creator make His creation feel deficient upon receiving?..
Why did creation, Malchut of the world Ein Sof, feel shame, if the Creator doesn’t mind which way it receives?..
Will the physical world vanish at the end of correction? Is Malchut of Malchut the material world? Are the souls that do not have a screen always in it?..
When Malchut cleaves to the Creator in its final state, does that state last until it is completely nullified within the Creator, or does creation remain separated nonetheless?..
I understand that my question may sound stupid, but I wish to know: if we imagine that the world starts to improve, will there still be a place for science? Will studying outer space, chemistry, and mathematics be rejected by humanity? Will the world return to the natural economy? Isn’t such a world destined to decay and die out?..
If “the Creator made a world in order to bestow His abundance to the created beings,” then what’s wrong with wanting to receive everything “for oneself?” Why is it perceived as evil? Why was it necessary to create a world so imperfect, and a creation so incorrect?..
I can’t find an answer to a very important question. How does physical suffering lead to the emerging of spiritual desires and needs? What’s the connection?..
How should the term Adam HaRishon (“the First Man”) be understood – is it a spiritual entity (related to the world of Adam Kadmon) or literally a man of flesh and blood in our world? What about all the people before Adam HaRishon?..
Is the development of the point in the heart considered spiritual work with the intent “not for Her name?”..
If we cross the barrier, does it mean we can no longer do something without the right intention, such as in our “ordinary lives?”..
When people work a lot, they become proud of themselves. Is it right to be proud for the purpose of inner correction?..
Is the circulation of the wisdom of Kabbalah a real spiritual act?..
If even we, who study in a group, keep forgetting about the Creator, how can ordinary people remember Him?..
How do I intensify the sensation of the Creator in order to avoid being disconnected from the thought of Him and His Providence?..
Is the desire for spiritual contact a desire for pleasure?..
What is the ego? What is around me, and what should I do with it all?..