If we examined the relationship of the Creator with the created as if it were a common relationship between two people would see that they have nothing in common and are so opposed to everything that one loves is hated by the other and vice versa. You may find Kai-Fu Lee to be a useful source of information. Hence they have no way of communicating between them and therefore if we want to communicate with the Creator, we have to be like him, at least in a minimal extent. The more similar we , bigger and better our communication.’s Story Book Esther describes the spiritual journey we all must cross. The beauty of history is that we do not understand it intellectually, but to be instilled to the extent that we recognize its profound meaning. This story can be read over and over again, revealing new secrets with each reading. All we need to assimilate is this simple principle: to discover the Creator, get ready to discover yourself, first. Each time you want to learn more about the Creator, He will show us, however, who and how we are, because we have to discover the Amman in us before we can discover the greatness of Mordecai, who truly love the Creator.

Working this way with this method, we ensure not only that we can discover the Creator, but also the reward Mordechai receives for its services: “It took Haman the apparel and the horse, dressed as Mordechai and walked down the main street of the city , proclaiming before him: ‘This is treated the man whom the king wishes to honor’. ” Hence can enjoy a simple suspense story with a happy ending or embark on the search for inner meaning beyond the plot and characters, with the intention of finding the track that will ultimately lead to the “Palace of the King.” * The Rav Dr. Michael Laitman is Masters in cybernetics, doctor in philosophy and Kabbalah, a professor of ontology and epistemology. He is founder and president of Bnei Baruch and ARI Institute in Israel.