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But the pasuk says “ that Ha Shem has made is for His own sake.”(Mishlei 16:4) That is to say for His greater Glory.All of the works of creation are expressions of the Divine will.When Rabi Pinchos ben Yair traveled to redeem a captive Jew (pidyon sh’vuyim-redeeming captives, is the highest form of tzedakah-charity) he reached the banks of the Ginai River and could go no further.He commanded the river waters to interrupt their flow so that he could cross through the riverbed and proceed on his mission of mercy.When a man grows fatigued it is G-d’s will that he sleep.When human acts of eating, drinking, procreating and sleeping are done as responses to the dictates of human nature they too are mitzvos.If so, why should I cease my flowing so that you can get going? Ultimately the river split for Rabi Pinchos ben Yair and he accomplished his mission of pidyon sh’vuyim.But the “conversation” between him and the river is significant in that it establishes beyond a shadow of a doubt that even inanimate things functioning according to the Laws of Nature are doing the will of the Creator, Ha Shem. Nature is no more G-d’s enemy than the veil is the face’s adversary.
In this same vein many of us striving to make good moral/ethical choices and grow spiritually regard our own human natures as G-d-negating, mortal enemies. We associate them with our yetzer hara – inclination to evil.
Ha Shem brought the cosmos into being through the “10 pronouncements”.