Hi Moussa ,
I know that the guys here didn’t understand you, because you did a word-to-word translation from Arabic.
So, rather rewrite your question before answering:
What’s the aim of our creation?
Our creator created us, but for what?
In Islam, a man is responsible for his acts. I asked myself : why God created me and created my destiny ?
(Note: maktoub translated from Arabic to English = written - the Brazilian author Paolo Coelho ,who wrote the alchemist has a book titled MAKTOUB –but in this context it means fate or destiny )
My answer is:
TO INVADE NETHERLANDS THEN KILL HARRE :p Hahaha , I joke
As human beings, God didn’t create us to enjoy watching us suffering. But, he created us to worship him. And Worship here doesn't mean pray in an isolated island until the end, it was never like this. So, what does it mean? Well, worship in its larger meaning is: enjoy both of life’s aspects materialist & spiritualist.
The thing that makes people wonder since the dawn of ages is: are we free or not in doing our action? And as usual, we always find the extremists. There were 3 main streams, the first ones said that we are not free at all; others said that we are 100% and others took the middle.
I’m in the middle, let’s share this short story:
It is mentioned that a person once came to a wise man and questioned him regarding fate. He replied, "Raise one foot", and after doing as he was told, the wise man said, "now raise the other", which he was obviously not able to do so.
The lesson was that some things we have control over, although God has knowledge of that also, but some things we have no control over. Call it (destiny).
Similarly, we can say that our partners are written for us but we have some level of choice.
Peace out ,