As impossible as it sounds, as absurd as it may seem: The mandate of darkness is to become light; the mandate of a busy, messy world is to find oneness.
We have proof: for the greater the darkness becomes and the greater the confusion of life, the deeper our souls reach inward to discover their own essence-core.
How could it be that darkness leads us to find a deeper light? That confusion leads us to find a deeper truth?
Only because the very act of existence was set from its beginning to know its own Author.
As it says, “In the beginning . . . G‑d said, ‘It shall become light!’”
Maamar V’nachah Alav 5725; Likkutei Sichot, vol. 10, pp. 7ff.