In Genesis 1:1-2, God makes the heavens and the earth.
In Genesis 1:26-31, God makes man in his image.
We’re not able to engage in creating a cosmos from nothing.
But here’s what we can do.
We construct the world in unique ways, each of us.
The objective world, of course, is real.
But any particular first person point of view is as vast as the universe itself and it is entirely unique from all other first person points of view.
And so, by going through the world, we come to new perspectives on the heavens and the earth from out point of view that are more or less true depending on how we came to them.
But the point is that in each of us is a universe. To be a human being is, in a subjective sense, to create the world anew.
Maybe that’s why gaining the whole world is not worth losing your soul.