A non Jew has recently asked me that if Moshiach is coming soon, what should he do?
It's a very vague question but it kind of has to be. We don't know what the coming of Moshiach looks like or if it is even soon. It might be delightful, it might be dangerous. It might be done, it might require more work. It might be difficult for those without a connection to Hashem and mitzvot, it might be that it will be great for such people as it will redeem them. So many similar questions.
If we should offer advice about how to do well in the lead up to and coming of the Moshiach to a non Jew, what would we advise?
Source based answers please. Did any Sefer, sugya or sicha deal with this, or can anyone think of anything relevant?
Obvious answers are:
- Learn about 7 mitzvot benei Noach and start keeping them
- Learn Torah (what's allowed anyway)
- Learn about Hashem, and His servant Moshe, and do the above because they said so.
- Do teshuva (what would that look like for a non Jew?)
What else? Any more specific advice or any points more subtle than the above?