Rosh Hashanah and the Exile
Rosh Hashana and the Exile are incompatible by nature. While ever one Jew remains in the Galut (Exile). Hashem cannot be King!
That Jew is not in his natural setting, he is outside his natural place. He cannot go on existing in this unnatural environment. Nature will not allow anything to be an obstacle to where something inherently should be. No matter how long or how many obstacles lie in its way eventually it will return to its natural condition.
The Exile is a departure from the natural order of the world, and in opposition to the laws of nature and so, it must inevitably come to an end.
On Rosh Hashana, we have a unique opportunity to bring this about by rejecting the worthless things of the diaspora and choosing to return to the “Land of the Living.” If we go on ignoring our mission the laws of nature will destroy those who choose to ignore the warnings.
Only the Jew who desires the Land with all his heart is truly alive he has rejected the diaspora with its vanities and illusions he is no longer prepared to bow at the feet of materialism, selling his birthright for so much stuff.
He is ready to crown Hashem King! Because he has chosen to live in the palace. He is true to himself as a Jew. He no longer looks upon those things that do not belong to him and save his own self. He no longer disparages the land he embraces it.
This Rosh Hashana crown “Him King!”