The Mission of the Israeli Nation
“Once we have clarified the higher roots, we will clarify the branches in this world. Know that a branch that extends from the internality is the people of Israel, which have been chosen as an operator of the general purpose and correction. It contains the preparation required for growing and developing until it moves the nations of the worlds, too, to achieve the common goal.
“The branch that extends from the externality is the nations of the world. They have not been imparted the qualities that make them worthy of receiving the development of the purpose one at a time.”—Baal HaSulam, “A Handmaid that Is Heir to Her Mistress.”
“The role of the Israeli nation to qualify the world for a certain measure of purity, until they are worthy of taking upon themselves His work, no less than Israel were worthy at the time they received the Torah.”—Baal HaSulam, “The Arvut,” (Mutual Guarantee), Item 21.
“Jews should present before the gentiles a novelty in the wisdom of religion, in justice and in peace. In that most gentiles are our disciples and this wisdom is attributed to us alone.”—Baal HaSulam, “The Last Generation.”
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