I see in the world today several causes for alarm. War between Russia and the Ukraine. The threat of a Muslim Atom Bomb in the hands of a fanatic Muslim State that sees jihad and suicide in the cause of Allah as the highest mitzvah. The fact that the USA seems to be in the hands of a Socialist.
These are all cause of worry. My solution is to repent. But repentance in my way of thinking means to find out what the Torah requires of me and to do it. We can’t assume that what our preconceived ideas of repentance are actually correspond to what the Torah thinks repentance requires. For one thing the Torah has several areas of value which almost by definition have to conflict. And you can see this problem when ever you try to go about actually keeping the Torah. A good solution in my mind is to create in every city something along the lines of the Mir Yeshiva. A place devoted to learning Torah and keeping it. Not to Kiruv (Kiruv means making people into Orthodox Jews). Kiruv has the problem that it takes people away from one area of Torah value--honoring ones parents and other areas of human relations and places them in another area--like keeping Shabat. So Kiruv is not what is needed. Nor are Lakewood Kollels which have the goal of convincing people that they ought to be given money because they are geniuses and supermen that uphold the universe in their awesome power and might.
That also is not what is needed. What we need is simply places devoted to the idea that everyone should learn Torah and do what it says. Period.
The problem today is that there are too many yeshivas that are not yeshivas. They are paces devoted to all types of goals-- anything but learning Torah. Examples--Kirov clubhouses, a way to get a exception form serving in the IDF-- that is all chasidic yeshivas and so on.
That sad fact is most people have not felt the magic and power of a real yeshiva and place where you walk in the spirit of the Torah grabs you.