Answer: The Creator loves sinners more than the righteous because the sinner reveals that the Creator sends him evil. The Creator created the soul, a huge universal web where we are all connected, and then broke it. And now He is showing us its fragments so that we constantly keep asking Him to properly reconnect us.
Therefore, when I feel separated from others, unwilling to connect with them, in opposition to the Creator and the whole world, I am called a sinner. But that leads me to ask Him for correction.
The righteous is a state in which I have nothing to ask for. It is possible that I mistakenly remain in this state.
Question: In any case, all these states keep changing; they are not static?
Answer: Of course. The most important thing is to change. This happens only if a person is in a group and the group is directed toward the Creator.
From KabTV’s “Fundamentals of Kabbalah,” 12/17/18