The following statement blows my mind. This comes from the 12th of Adar Tanya lesson. Allegorically speaking there is something G-d cannot do.
What are you saying!
For G-d to reveal G-dliness where it is concealed. Explain yourself Lucy. To G-d nothing is concealed. For us humans we live in a world where G-d seems to be concealed. Wow what a concept.
When we Jews do Mitzvahs and study Torah we are in essence bringing down G-d to have HIS dwelling place. Thus, we are inviting G-d into our homes and into the world.
Thank you, G-d, creating me to be born a Jew. We are blessed to have Mitzvahs to do and study Torah, so we can be a light into the world, so G-d can have HIS dwelling place.
The first miracle at the mountain of G-d was when Moshe stopped to see what was happening with the burning bush. Moshe could have said I have places to go and people to see instead Moshe stopped and turned to see what was happening.
Our sages teach us that a Jew is taught in our service to G-d a Jew has turn aside from here to come close to there. When G-d saw Moshe turned to see what was going on with the burning bush G-d knew that Moshe cared about G-d.
The most important commandment of the 613 according to our sages is faith. A righteous person lives according to his faith.
For those who believe there are no questions. For those who don’t there are no answers.
It takes a tremendous amount of faith to know it is good.