Some people think about their ultimate future. What happens after a person dies? Is there life after death? Can we know what is the ultimate purpose of our lives? Will we find out if there is a God? Do we have a soul or not? If we do, what will become of it? Is there justice for those who treated others unjustly? Why did we have to endure difficult challenges in life? Will we earn compensation for our acts of altruism? Answers to these questions have been postulated throughout the ages by myriads of philosophers, religious thinkers, and spiritual seekers alike. From a Jewish perspective, the world as we know it will change to a new reality that traverses time known as the Messianic Era and the World to Come. Reaching the World to Come is not a function of one’s financial assets or making it into the Guinness Book of World Records. Each individual has the potential to create a dynamic eternal existence by perfecting his character, helping others, studying Torah, and performing the mitzvot.