Question: It is very difficult to see the unity of the nation in the Torah stories since it is more about discord and wars. Therefore, when it says that the Torah’s basic law is love your neighbor as yourself the question arises: Where is the love for one’s neighbor?”
Answer: The Torah talks about the actions that we must take and that we are unable to do them. Therefore, we have to ask for the strength to do it.
Question: How should we understand that this is a law of nature, that behind all this is a program that governs everything?
Question: Wasn’t it possible to prevent the split of the nation and disappearance of the 12 tribes?
Answer: No way. Everything that happened needed to be realized.
Question: Was all that so that the people Abraham once gathered on the ideological basis of correct unification would be scattered all over the world to transmit this method to the world?
Answer: Yes. But to do so they must go through all of it themselves and absorb it. Having absorbed this knowledge through ascents and descents, they really can own this method and offer it to the whole world.
From Kab TV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel,” 7/8/19