The Role Of Jewish Immigrants From Russia In Spiritual Development

448.1Question: In the seventies and then in the nineties of the twentieth century, the repatriation of Jews from the Soviet Union began. Why, after the establishment of the State of Israel, are we gathered here right now?

Answer: We live in a unique time. Now it must be decided whether we will go the right way, meaning that we will explain to the Jewish people, wherever they are and no matter how they are mixed with other nations, their special historical role: to show the method of unification to all the peoples of the world. We need to fulfill this mission, and then the world will achieve its correct, perfect, comfortable existence.

If we do not do this, then the world will have to plunge into even greater troubles. In the end, it will still realize the viciousness of his selfish development, but this will happen after many years of severe suffering.

Question: Spiritual development, meaning an appeal to the study of the Creator, nature, and the soul, began to revive in the 18th century with the emergence of Hasidism. Interestingly, the first Zionists came from Russia. In principle, they created the State of Israel. Is it somehow connected with the same Hasidism?

Answer: They were all from Jewish religious communities so they had an instinctive inner movement toward unification, plus external oppression. So it all coincided.

But in our time there is a completely different state of both people and the state. The rapidly expanding global anti-Semitism will probably take on a driving role that will bring Jews together in one place and make them realize why they are so hated.

Question: It turns out that it was the Zionists from Russia who became the basis for the formation of the State of Israel and for spiritual development in general?

Answer: Yes. First, they renounced the faith and left the religious part of the people that did not support the resettlement to the land of Israel. These were non-religious, absolutely healthy, vigorous young people who believed that it was necessary to build socialism and communism, not on foreign lands, but here, in Israel. That is why they came here with such a communistic impulse.
From KabTV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel” 12/28/19

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