Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein discussed the possibility of reducing the existence of life into a mathematical equation and gave the assignment to a mathematician in Europe in a fiction written by Jose Rodrigues dos Santos called, "Einstein's Enigma". Even though it is a fiction, there is a lot of scientific evolution discussed in this book. They came to the conclusion that there are 32 conditions that need to exist for life to survive in this planet and to their surprise all these conditions are flawlessly met with zero defect. That Fourier equation remains unwritten. The book goes on to analyze that there has to be a purpose why humans were created and came to the conclusion that even though the intellectual aspect of how the life is created belong to a higher power, the human life is created to analyze, interpret and eventually build its own to assist the higher power. In the spiritual world, "Who am I?", "Where did I come from?" and "Where am I going?" are three questions we keep asking ourselves many times throughout our lives. I like old Kabbalah's interpretation of life. A single existence wanted to love and be loved and therefore separated itself into another entity. The newly created entity merged back into the existence as it had the same quality as the existence to give love. Therefore, the existence modified it to have a quality to receive and enjoy love. However, the original nature of the existence and new entity conflicted and hence the existence created a third quality to perform actions independently. These three qualities are explained in the Hindu philosophy as Satwic, Tamosic and Rajasic and remaining in constant state of bliss is known as "Turya" or "Fourth". Therefore, the interpretation here is if we are filled purely with love and see all are one, we are divine existence and when we perform actions for ourselves and feel us as independent, we are human and when we perform actions for the common good of everyone we transform ourselves from human to divine. All the above questions are answered depending on whether we see ourselves as existence or entity.