Torah, Deuteronomy 26:3 – 26:4: And you shall come to the kohen who will be [serving] in those days, and say to him, “I declare this day to the Lord, your God, that I have come to the land which the Lord swore to our forefathers to give us.” And the kohen will take the basket from your hand, laying it before the altar of the Lord, your God.
Inside each of us, there is either an animal, a simple person, or one who begins to work on himself. In other words, my “I” begins to work on itself in order to connect with others and through this connection, with the Creator.
If I work this way with others, I am called a Levite, and if through this connection with others I begin to work with the Creator, then I am called Kohen. Then inside of all this hierarchy, I find contact with the Creator and exist in adhesion with Him.
It means that I bring my basket, meaning all my intentions and efforts, to the Kohen.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 11/9/16