The main law of the Torah is “Love your neighbor as yourself.” All other rules, laws, and conditions should be directed to connecting all people into one common system called “Adam.”
As a result of the so-called “Sin of the Tree of Knowledge,” this system shattered into many small parts, desires, each of which is in everyone; these desires migrate from body to body, from organism to organism.
Starting now and onward, we must gradually connect these shattered parts with each other until they are so tightly connected that they represent one single desire.
Question: It is written in the Torah that the condition for receiving it is to become as one man with one heart. The heart is a desire. What does it mean “as one man”? After all, each one is still an individual.
Answer: There is no individuality here. It should be manifested in the fact that I, from the point of view of my individuality, advance to the same goal, like everyone else. After all, we all are different, but we advance to the same goal: to unity. In the connection between us, even if it’s only ten people, we find a passage to the next world.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 10/8/17