Eternity, Perfection and Absoluteness of God
The eternity of the Original Being means His infinity from the state of the indefinite past to the state of the future lasting forever. It follows from this definition that there cannot be anything more eternal than His infinity.
Perfection of the Original Being means the maximum state of His Personality and the maximum state of reality deemed by Him to be finally completed. So there can be nothing more perfect than the perfection that He has established. It should be understood that His works, which He deemed complete, do not need to be corrected or modified to become even more perfect. Their condition is complete in every way, and therefore it is their final form.
The Absoluteness of the Original Being means independence from any other being, conditions or situations. His state is unconditional, subordinate to nothing and no one, and completely free in all respects. So there is nothing more absolute than His present condition.
Eternity, Perfection and Absoluteness are the basic attributes of God. In His case, as He is the only Original Being, we are talking about unique, unlimited and timeless qualities. Of course, this also applies to all of His other attributes, as they are related to the main ones.
Therefore, what the Creator is doing must be absolute, unchanging and lead to perfection. This is especially true of His laws and principles. Once established, they become the laws of nature and are not subject to change. They are just perfect. He does not correct and perfect Himself. The same is true of His accomplishments. A work once recognized by Him as perfect ends His participation in it.
It is also worth understanding the fact that if the perfect God accepts a state with His presence, He automatically gives it the status of perfection. Hence, it cannot directly engage in something or someone who is still developing. It is, of course, about our earthly life, which is subject to constant development and changes in time. This applies to the entire universe. Our Earth is undergoing constant changes accompanying the development of humanity. We constantly adapt it to the mission of keeping the people who live there alive. For this reason, the perfect Creator cannot be directly with us. Development is related to time and space, while the Original Being is beyond them. If time and space are a product of the Original Being, it means that they had to arise for a specific purpose. According to the thesis of essenceism, this goal in the case of humans should be to give us the opportunity to achieve perfection ourselves. After this goal is achieved, time and space will no longer be needed by our perfect spiritual persons, because they are to live forever in a sphere beyond time and space.
Thus, with such a concept of the Creator, the operation of God's laws and principles should lead people to achieve perfection. These laws can also be understood as God's Law or God's Word. In fact, we perceive them as an act of God's providence. At the same time, also according to the Creator's conception, some other spiritual beings, generally called angels, were created as beings supporting people in achieving perfection. Only when we achieve the state predicted for us, the Creator can accept into His consciousness the appearance of spiritual people with the status of His sons and daughters.
It is also worth adding that the Creator's goal is continuous progress. Even though many of His works are still in development, He, as the perfect Creator, does not return to a completed and finished stage of development to improve upon it. If He did like this, He would be an imperfect God. Therefore, He creates works that do not require correction. In a reality other than God's, for example in ours, that is the one we create ourselves, the definition of perfection is in a sense more difficult. For it depends on the scope of existence and activity of the one affected by the state of perfection.
To sum up: The Original Being, after activating His Law, successively brings everything to perfection. The only exception to this rule is man, who, on the basis of God's Laws, that is, His Providence, must achieve perfection based on the attributes of His Personality. This task cannot be avoided, and God will not do it replacing us.