lTorah, “Deuteronomy,” 8:7 – 8:8, 8:10: For the Lord your God is bringing you to a good and, a land with brooks of water, fountains and depths, that emerge in valleys and mountains, a land of wheat and barley, vines and figs and pomegranates, a land of oil producing olives and honey.
And you will eat and be sated, and you shall bless the Lord, your God, for the good land He has given you.
Question: The Torah gives us a goal and says you won’t regret if you reach it.
Answer: It all depends on whether you will get there. But if you make it, you enter such corrected desires that really are filled with the Upper Light, and each of them gives you wine, olives, sun, and honey. In short, this is paradise.
After all, everything already has been corrected by you in the previous actions. Egypt turns into a desert because now you reject those Egyptian egoistic desires in which you had everything. You don’t want to receive anything for yourself in them. You agree to the desert, the manna that you eat just in order to support yourself a little, and the water that you drink.
It means that the same huge desires that were revealed in your spiritual internal state called Egypt gradually move to the state of the desert, and you rise above them since this is the way that they should be. Then, you build from these desires the quality of bestowal and love. There, when you rise above yourself in bestowal to others, you enjoy the fact that you fill everyone with this goodness.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 4/27/16