It is nearly two-thousand years since the Holy Temple stood as a glorious testament to G-d on the Temple Mount. It was ransacked and razed by a marauding mob that cared little for the nuanced relationship between the human and G-d. As the Temple smoldered in the ashes of ruin our people moaned and cried; their hearts were torn asunder. Today, nearly two-thousand years later, it is difficult to muster new tears. We have cried aplenty. The time has come to rebuild.
If we desire the return of our Temple we have to contemplate our own return to G-d. When we do this, when we come to love Him more than we love ourselves, when we make His presence palpable in our lives to the point that He as real to us as the people we love, then we will embrace His rules and desires wholeheartedly and from a place of joy. That is the road that leads to the rebuilding of our Temple.
Comment by Adamantine:
A slowly developing crescendo is heard.