Torah, “Deuteronomy,” 03:13 – 02:14: Now get up and cross the brook of Zered. So we crossed the brook of Zered. And the days when we went from Kadesh barnea, until we crossed the brook of Zered, numbered thirty eight years, until all the generation of the men of war expired from the midst of the camp, just as the Lord swore to them.
If we look at the forty-year journey through the desert from a geographic point of view, the entire distance from Egypt to Israel could be walked in a week.
The Torah, however, speaks about a spiritual journey, the preparation for developing the qualities of bestowal. The exodus from Egypt and arrival at the land of Israel is a very serious period of correction, rising from Malchut to Bina. And although this isn’t work with the quality of bestowal yet, because the desert doesn’t produce anything, it is a rise above egoistic qualities.
Question: Is it possible to say that humanity is now undergoing a period of preparation for the next degree?
Answer: For humanity it will happen in a different way, because they don’t have to undergo the same states as the people of Israel. Instead they use a prepared spiritual system, the system of forces that is ready for their correction.
And here we talk about the way this system is born, how the group of people that are called the people of Israel assemble it. Today our Bnei Baruch world group is undergoing exactly this forty-year period and all the others will receive an almost completed system from us.
They will start joining us and, thanks to them, we will bring the world to a new Upper Light. Their task isn’t to correct themselves through special actions but only to annul themselves before us to receive the Upper Light.
The Torah was given to the Jewish people in order to prepare them for their mission regarding the rest of the world.
By Jewish people, we mean those people who are focused on the path of spiritual correction, and all the other so-called Jews that were born Jewish are not considered a people.
Any person, who joins the movement toward the Creator is called Israel, “Isra-El,” “Yashar Kel,” which means “straight to the Creator.”
As once in ancient Babylon people who accepted the spiritual path and agreed to carry out this mission joined the group of Abraham, so it is today. Nothing has changed in the world.
Question: Then why do we say that Jews in the world need to understand their roots?
Answer: Because there are Reshimot in them, recorded information about what they underwent before and it is possible to awaken them toward it again.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 1/20/16