Prophets, Joshua, 4:20-4:24: And these twelve stones, which they took out of the Jordan, Joshua set up in Gilgal. And he spoke to the children of Israel, saying, When your children ask their fathers in time to come, saying, What are these stones? Then, you shall let your children know, saying, Israel came over this Jordan on dry land. For the Lord your God dried up the waters of the Jordan from before you, until you passed over, as the Lord your God did to the Red Sea, which He dried up from before us, until we passed over. That all the people of the earth might know the power of the Lord, that it is mighty; that you might fear the Lord your God forever.
Question: In principle, why is the monument erected?
Answer: It is not about the monument. In a spiritual sense, there is a very clear line when transitioning from egoistic to altruistic use of man’s properties. Therefore, this action remains a testament for all generations.
Question: If we accept this testament as one of the laws of the last generation, what does it mean? What should we presumably erect on this earth when we enter it?
Answer: The land of Israel is the quality of Bina, which is fully aimed at the Creator, at the general property of bestowal that surrounds and controls the entire creation.
Therefore, we need to make such a correction that when we enter the land of Israel, meaning the upper degree of creation called Bina, which gives us these strict conditions, we clearly understand what we are going to do—give up our egoism.
We cannot do this alone. Everything is performed by the influence of the upper force. However, we must perform such actions that the upper force would lift us above egoism and as if take us to another degree, to the other side of the Jordan.
From KabTV’s “Secrets of the Eternal Book” 7/5/21