Rabash, Writings of Rabash, the article “The Agenda of the Assembly 2”: This is similar to what is written in the Midrash (Vayikra Rabba, Chapter 4): “Two people went inside a boat. One of them began to drill beneath him making a hole in the boat. He told him, ‘Why are you drilling?’ And he replied, ‘Why should you care; I am drilling under me, not under you?’ So he replied, ‘You fool! Both of us will drown together with the boat!’”
You should always take into account what you are doing for the group—a positive or a negative action that can be measured only in relation to the assembly.
The order should be that anyone with a suggestion that can improve the love of friends, it should be discussed, but it must be accepted by all the friends, so there is no issue of coercion here.
The discussion should be very clear, precise, and comprehensive so that everyone agrees and accepts it for implementation. It cannot be otherwise. If there is no consent, there is no group.
Question: In the inner work, I can visualize it. But how can such a state arise externally so that everyone agrees with the decision made by the group?
Answer: This is what internal work is about. You connect ten elements that will become a system where the Creator will reveal Himself. If at least one element disagrees, then this is as Rabash writes: “a hole in the boat.”
From KabTV’s “The Last Generation” 6/27/18