The Importance of Disseminating the Wisdom of Kabbalah
Not only are these secrets not forbidden to disclose, on the contrary, it is a great Mitzva [good deed] to disclose them (as written in Pesachim 119). And one who knows how to disclose and discloses them, his reward is plentiful. This is because on disclosing these Lights to many, particularly to the many, depends the coming of Messiah [correction of egoism of the masses] soon in our days Amen.
– Baal HaSulam, “Introduction to The Study of the Ten Sefirot,” Item 30
It is written that [in the future] each of the nations will hold a Jewish man and lead him to the Holy Land [the desire to bestow]. And it was not enough that they could leave by themselves. You must understand from where the nations of the world would come by such a will and idea. Know that this is through the dissemination of the true wisdom, so they will evidently see the true God [the property of bestowal and love] and the true law [Kabbalah].
And the dissemination of the wisdom in the masses is called "a Shofar." Like the Shofar, whose voice travels a great distance, the echo of the wisdom will spread all over the world, so even the nations [those who do not yet aspire to the revelation of the Creator] will hear and acknowledge that there is Godly wisdom in Israel [those who aspire to the Creator, Kabbalists].
– Baal HaSulam, “Messiah’s Horn”