In an interview with Arutz Sheva, Rabbi Uriel Genzel, the rabbi of Revavah (near Ariel), and head of the legislative branch of the Tzohar organization, discussed the value of the Jewish Temple for the world.
"The Holy Temple is a kiss between Heaven and earth, as a place where G-d's presence will be more revealed, the Holy Temple where, when a man arrives there, he'll have a more spiritual encounter with the Master of Existence."
"We are waiting for the Holy Temple, as a sign of the good news that baseless hatred between ourselves has been eradicated, a Holy Temple which connects and elevates us above the pettiness of day-to-day life, and the silly fights we sometimes become immersed in, which brings us to a connect anew with the Master of Existence."
He continues, "[The Holy Temple] expresses itself not only a connection between man and God, but also as a connection between man and his friend, and his nation, and his world...as a messenger of God." READ MORE