What is God's will for us here on earth as individuals? Living intensely within certain limits, working to get what our soul desires, relating intensely with whom we feel attracted, having children, tasting flavors and tastes, wandering around the Earth?
Some argue that this would be a secular philosophy of life or even contrary to God, that by doing this we are almost living like animals, without having that spirituality developed, is there a greater purpose down here or is this only reserved for certain enlightened people for a specific purpose about Israel as prophets and kings? Should I pursue these issues or does it just happen naturally? The ordinary citizen in Israel at the time of the kings, as far as we can see, lived normally as people of the world, being guided by what the elite of Israel leaned towards, either towards monotheism or polytheism.
In terms of philosophy of life, how do Jews see our stay here? Live as stated above only in a decent way and finally die, with no expectation that you will receive a special mission from God? I say this because it seems that living normally seems like an empty life and that it will not leave fruit or legacy, we see world and religious personalities who have done great things and we aspire to feel that contact, doesn't it have to be like that? Living normal, day after day is what we have as a creature?