Torah “Deuteronomy,” 02:16 – 02:19: So it was, when all the men of war finished dying from among the people, that the Lord spoke to me saying, “Today you are crossing the boundary of Moab at Ar. And when you approach opposite the children of Ammon, neither distress them, nor provoke them, for I will not give you of the land of the children of Ammon as an inheritance, because I have given it to the children of Lot as an inheritance.”
There is a very clear sequence in the correction of egoism. Esau comes first, then Lot, and then all of the others except Amalek who can’t be corrected. Therefore it is said that it is impossible to correct him, because he is so-called “Lev Ha-Even” (stony heart). His correction is destruction.
Thirty-two main desires, which are the basis for the entire egoism, are unchangeable! And all others can be corrected to bestowal, love, and connection. The order of the correction is specified in the Torah.
For a person who understands what it says and who feels the upper roots, this is a real state with which he can deal and correct himself. For him this is revealing an inner world, and he, by working with it, clearly sees the entire geography, history, humanity, various nations, and so on. Everything is inside his egoism and is subject to the actions of correction.
Remark: The Creator says to the children of Israel, “Neither distress them, nor provoke them.” But they begin to feud.
Answer: The war for correction begins. When we talk about extermination and murder, we mean the destruction of the egoistic intention, which are restored to altruistic intentions.
Egoism by itself only corrects the intention “for myself” to the intention “for others” and becomes altruism. And all the desires remain. This is called the extermination of the nations or correction.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 1/20/16