Question: What was happening in the days of the Temples? Why did they have to be destroyed?
Answer: First of all, why do the Jews unite? Through their correction, they establish relationships among themselves which will allow them to fulfill the condition of “love thy neighbor as thyself.”
Through their internal unity, they built the first Temple within themselves. However, this state exists only for a moment and then immediately begins to break down, step by step.
The process is that at first, there is a slow ascent to the “bar” of the desired state, and once it has been reached and becomes manifested, the descent begins immediately.
Question: So, the method of Abraham has achieved its own result and raised people to the desired height?
Answer: Yes. There was contact between the entire nation and the Creator, based on mutual love, during which the nation reached the state of complete individual correction. This is the building of the first Temple.
When a state is realized, the people have nothing to do and no reason to exist at this level, since it exists for only a moment. The Light comes, fills the vessel, and that is all.
Then this state must disappear. Indeed, the process goes on until this handful of people, that has become the nation of Israel, corrects the whole of humanity. Therefore, an entirely new perspective is revealed before them.
The ultimate goal is not the construction of the First Temple, but in the complete correction of all of humanity. This is what Abraham said in Babylon even when he was the only one who knew about this.
But today the Jews say: “Please, leave us alone! What chosen people!? We want to be like everyone else!”
However, they will be compelled. We see that they will be forced, just as they were then.
From KabTV’s “Babylon Yesterday and Today” 8/27/14