If we Jews imitate G-d’s way we will be successful. This means when we do acts,of kindness, generosity, and love we are doing G-dly acts. And this pleases my father thus allowing us to bring heaven to earth so G-d will have HIS dwelling place. G-d’s dwelling place is in our hearts, our mind, our body and our soul.
“Moses promised the Jewish people that if they would keep G‑d’s commandments, imitate His goodness, and cleave to the sages of the Torah, G‑d would enable them to successfully drive out the nations that were occupying the Land of Israel
[Moses told the Jewish people] to walk in [G‑d’s] ways. Deuteronomy 11:22
The sages of the Talmud explain that this phrase means that we are intended to imitate G‑d’s goodness. “Just as He is merciful, so should you be merciful; just as He performs acts of loving-kindness, so should you perform acts of loving-kindness.” But inasmuch as G‑d’s goodness is infinite, how can we be expected to imitate Him?
The answer is that it is for this very reason that G‑d created us in His image. As such, we indeed possess G‑d’s infinite potential to do good.1 Hitva’aduyot 5746, vol. 2, p. 387.