Everything that exists in reality, whether good or bad—including even the most evil and damage-causing thing in the world—has the right to exist, to the degree that destroying it and removing it completely from the world is forbidden. Rather, our duty is to only repair or fix it and to guide it towards goodness, for even a casual observation of any sort at the work of Creation that lies before us is enough [for us] to infer the high degree of perfection of Him Who has created it.
In these short but powerful treatises, Kabbalah Centre founder, Rav Yehuda Ashlag explains that evil (or that which is not good), is nothing more than a work in progress and that seeing something as evil is no more relevant than judging an unripe fruit before it’s time. He awakens us to the knowledge that upon arrival at our final destination all things, even the most damaged will be good.
This remarkable perspective helps us to view with awe the system the Creator has given us to develop and grow, and to gain certainty in the end of the journey. How will the process work? For this information, you’ll want read the second essay, "One Precept" and experience for yourself the route to consciousness that Rav Ashlag so aptly charts out for us.
As the handwriting of a righteous person contains spiritual energy, On World Peace includes copies of Rav Ashlag’s original writings. The book is nothing less than a gift to humanity.