How To Bring The Economy Back To Life

building-the-third-temple1Two questions I received on implementing the new global system:

Question: Gordon Brown said, “This is a new, global, 21st century, and we have reached a new level,” which is the same thing you say during the morning lessons. What can we add to this?

My Answer: The world is returning to its former state, but there is something we should add to all the former activities – the study about how the global system is arranged, so we will understand what it demands of us.

Everyone in the world is beginning to study. And anyone who doesn’t want to will feel the negative consequences of this. Imagine what will happen if everyone begins to study: how differently they will begin to think about each other and treat each other. I feel sorry for those who don’t want to do this.

We are not telling people to do anything other than study the new system – the system of the 21st century. And that’s wonderful, because nothing else is required from them but just to sit down and learn a little bit about the new life, the new world.

Then people would be able to receive their jobs back because these jobs will suddenly begin to work. All the banks, funds, enterprises, and industries will begin to function correctly. Therefore, there is no need to break or destroy anything. You just have to add this aspect to everything. In the meantime, we should keep all the current jobs and help each other stay put until we begin to study, that’s all.

As soon as people will begin studying about this, then in just two, three, four, or five days, I promise that you will see changes starting to happen very quickly. It’ll happen over a couple of days.

Question: Can you explain in a simpler way why these changes will occur?

My Answer: The changes will take place because you will give humanity what it lacks.
(From the lesson on Baal HaSulam’s article, “One Precept,” on 03.05.2009)

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