Torah, Deuteronomy 11:31 – 11:32: For you are crossing the Jordan, to come to possess the land which the Lord, your God, is giving you, and you shall possess it and dwell in it. And you shall keep to perform all the statutes and ordinances that I am setting before you today.
“For you are crossing the Jordan, to come to possess the land” means to possess the desire you can correct. We can’t correct all of the desires at once. From all the vast number of the desires from our entire nature, we can only partially correct the desire called Israel that we can direct to the Creator.
Therefore, it is said that we are a small nation. It means that we can direct to spiritual correction only a small part of human nature. All the rest will be corrected at the end of the general path of correction, in the state of the final correction (Gmar Tikkun).
First, you must correct a small part of what is called Israel, and then the rest of the nations of the world.
Therefore, the Torah encourages us to enter the land of Israel with those desires that can be corrected, and begin fighting with the seven nations that inhabit this earth, in other words, to fight with oneself, destroying all egoistic intentions within me.
The desires that we win (correct), we will be able to gather together and create one immense, united desire, which will reveal the Creator.
The Torah speaks of how, after 2,000 years of exile, guided by the current day, we again must bring ourselves to the spiritual state in which our ancestors were, and win over the rest of humanity. We must begin correcting not only ourselves, as a small part of the entire egoism, but the entire, huge, universal egoism.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 6/22/16