It seems like we have a lot of work to do to rebuild the Beis Hamikdash. Most of us are fairly good Jews, so it’s easy to blame the other guys for the problems and perhaps to some extent it’s true that it is their problem.
But could it be that we are collectively to blame for the faults of the Jewish world?
Is it possible that we need to care more about our fellow Jew and develop the love needed to effectively help each other improve?
Contempt is an easy emotion, but could it be that the contempt we hold is a big part of the problem?
Of course this does not mean that all wrongs are equivalent, but should we not point the finger of blame and shame out ourselves every once an a while and look at our own faults?
Do we have the courage to accept some of the blame?