One may be diligent, but no person shall enjoy the society more than the backward. There will be an equal standard of living for all (Baal HaSulam, The Writings of The Last Generation).
A necessary condition for the existence of a future society is an absolutely equal income, payment and supply. Everything that everyone has should be the same as others have, but in accordance with the personal needs and tastes of a person.
That is, one can be satisfied with two kilograms of something, and for the other 500 grams is enough. One needs, say, special clothes and shoes, and the other does not need them. Everyone will receive everything as much as is necessary for him.
Question: Will a person think about the things he will receive from his actions in society?
Answer: In such a society, everyone thinks only about bestowing to others. It depends on the education, on how much society itself influences a person. And society will think about him and provide him with everything he needs.
The balance between reception and bestowal will be set by the person himself because the most important thing for him is to receive what is necessary from society and feel that it is completely sufficient.
A person will be feeling the balance internally, the fact that his bestowal is equal to reception.
From KabTV’s “Kabbalah Express” 6/24/22