• If there are a bunch of fruit trees, one can say that whoever created these fruit trees wanted some apples. In other words, by looking at the order in the world, we can infer purpose and from purpose we begin to get some knowledge of the Creator, the Planner of all this. This is, then, how I look at God. I look at God through the works of God's hands and from those works imply intentions. From these intentions, I receive an impression of the Almighty.

    "The God I Believe In: What Jews Still Believe a Survey of Contemporary Jewish Spirituality In Conversation with Leading Jewish Philosophers, Writers and Rabbis". Book by Joshua O. Haberman, 1994.