I'm trying to understand the simple "game theory" of the plain text of the Tora. I don't deal with the idea of afterlife/World to Come as it does not appear in the scriptures (maybe remotely hinted).
So the conditions are:
Humans are given the bad inclination (explicit).
If humans naturally follow it, they are punished in this world (explicit in Tochachot in Devorim) and suffer from illnesses, hunger wars, etc.
If they overcome all of it and serve Hashem all their lives, Hashem promises that **they will simply live normal human lives" - no illnesses, no hunger and no wars (Behukotay).
So it looks that the Pascal's wager of the plain text of the Torah about this world is exactly the opposite - in the best way possible all you get is a normal life.
Do our sources deal with how the Torah presents our chances in this world? And why?