Life is God desiring Companionship.
The answer to the question - why was Adam lonely if God was enough? - is that Adam is God and God is Adam. Even more so; God veils itself as Adam and Eve not to be alone, to Love and Be Loved in return. Adam and Eve are God itself. God is Adam and Eve. There never was, is, nor ever will be any separation or division in (the Kingdom) God. Throughout the ages humankind has sought to divide everything this although there is no division. Division does not exist. Division is a sensory illusion which exists in the mind alone for the very specific reason to experience otherness, to experience Companionship, to experience Love. There is however no such thing as division. Division is the fallacy of all fallacies. All that is here is God desiring Love. All that is here is God desiring Companionship. All that is here is God desiring not to be alone. The Genesis 2:18 meaning behind 'then the Lord God said, It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a suitable for him' actually means 'God desires companionship and perceives itself as two, as plural, as variegated, as diverse, as man and as woman not to be alone, for Companionship, for Friendship, to feel Togetherness, to Love and Be Loved in return.' For indeed; there is no division in God. God perceives itself as Life diversified for Love. Love is the meaning of Life for Life is God experiencing itself as itself, as Life, not to be lonely, not to feel alone. All that is here is God. God 'Is'. It is this what existence is. It is this what reality is. It is this what Life is. Life is God experiencing itself as itself. The sensory perception of separation or otherness serves but the purpose of Companionship. Companionship is a synonym for Love. All this for Love; not to be alone! There where are others is but God desiring Love. Life is God desiring not to be alone. Life is God desiring Companionship. Life is God desiring Friendship. Life is God desiring to Love and Be Loved in return. All that is here is God. There is only God. God is One without a second.