The relationship to GOD is the relationship to everything. That's the whole answer. Seemingly, this answer does not mean anything, but when we explain it, we will understand that apart from it, you do not need anything else.
Although at first, it seems incomprehensible, as is the way of abstracting things, slowly it will become clear. In order to better understand what this is about, let’s review this passage from the Biblical scholar Avraham Yitzchak Kook:
It is impossible to find a status based on the spirit because in the divine air. The knowledge, the feeling, the imagination, and the object and their inner and outer movements, all distill human beings to be divine.
“It is impossible to find a status based on the spirit but in the divine air.” At first, we do not yet know what Kook means by the “divine air” because we do not yet know what GOD is. Meanwhile, although this is inaccurate, it is called “absolute perfection” to further understand the paragraph.
“The knowledge, the feeling, the imagination and the object and their inner and outer movements, all distill human beings who will be divine. Then they will find their fullness, their equal and satisfying sense.” Absolute perfection, and the proof of this, is the constant search in which humanity finds itself in progress in every field. Everyone wants more, no matter what field it is.