Answer: We retain absolutely all spiritual information of everything we passed through during history. Now, we must gradually summon its manifestation in us and implement it.
Therefore, the dissemination of Kabbalistic knowledge should be directed first toward those who feel directly concerned about it.
Question: Do you think of the ten lost tribes whose location is unknown at this point?
Answer: No, this is none of my business. My job is to deal with those who wish to go forward. Gradually, we scatter the seeds of knowledge to all those who have a desire to learn about the spiritual world, to achieve the purpose of his life, to “enter the land of Israel,” and to realize it now in this life.
Question: Is it possible to say that your non-Jewish students somehow relate to the lost tribes?
Answer: At the moment, it doesn’t matter. After all, if a person has the desire, then he is ready to attain the spiritual world.
People from all around the world come to our congresses, they spend money and time just to be with us for a few days. How strong and high this desire is! We must respect, love, and worship them, not the external shell, but the desire toward the Creator that He revives in them.
Question: When you say that you love a person, does it mean that you love just this point in him?
Answer: Just this! Nothing else! All of the rest is an animal that lives today and dies tomorrow.
Question: Do you have a prayer that this desire will continue to live in a person, that he would manage to hold onto it with his teeth?
Answer: I keep a constant prayer for all the students as much as is possible from my side. The rest depends on them. Freedom of choice is given to each one, and each one must realize it. We hope that it will happen with all in the world.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 2/17/16