V. Divine-Human Love

Only he who learns to love men one by one reaches, in his relation to heaven, God as the God of all the world. He who does not love the world can only refer, in his relationship to God, to an equally solitary God or to the God of his own soul. For he learns to love the God of the universe, the God who loves his world, only in the measure in which he himself learns to love the world.
Martin Buber

He who loves brings God and the world together.
Martin Buber

God wills to need man for the work of completing his creation; in this.. is to be grasped the foundation of the Jewish doctrine of redemption. But that God wills this means that this ‘needing’ becomes working reality: in history as it takes place, God waits for man.
Martin Buber