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I often feel like I’m just spinning my wheels in the daily grind: Get up, shower, eat, go to work, come home, eat, go to sleep. In God’s eyes, the rule is: You saw it, you fix it.

What it does mean is that we must take responsibility for any problem in the world.

(As opposed to Adam and Eve being created simultaneously.) To teach you that every person is obligated to say, "For my sake alone the world was created." That doesn’t mean the world is mine to consume everything indiscriminately (although God does want us to enjoy the pleasures of this world).

Consider the following true story: In the 1980s when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan there was a doctor named Robert Simon who was the head of the trauma medical center at UCLA.

Simon said to himself, "I wonder who's providing medical care to the refugees inside Afghanistan?

That was the only medical care available in Afghanistan during the entire time the Russians were there. Immortality is achieved by connecting ourselves to the global body of humanity.

Imagine the pleasure of being able to look back at that achievement as your own. To treat the planet as a sacred trust, to preserve for future generations.

We all yearn for immortality – yet how do we achieve that? As the Torah says: God placed Adam in the Garden of Eden – “to work it and to protect it” (Genesis ).

" It turned out that all of the regular medical organizations like Doctors Without Borders were staying away because the Russians were killing any doctors they found.

Simon said to himself, "If nobody else is doing anything, then it's my responsibility." He sold his house in Los Angeles and moved to Pakistan.

He trained illiterate Afghan refugees how to be medics – how to extract bullets, splint broken bones, treat the dozen most common diseases, etc.

Then he sent them back across the border into Afghanistan.