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World To Come, The: a) the afterlife; b) the Era of the Resurrection of the Dead
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Defining the Rabbinical Expression "Olam HaBah"
What is the "World to Come"? What are "The Days of Moshiach"? What is Gan Eden? Defining these terms according to the divergent opinions of Maimonides and Nachmanides.
From Likutei Sichos - Vayeishev
In his commentary on Genesis 37:2, Rashi says that "Jacob dwelt" can also mean that "Jacob sought to dwell in tranquility." Is seeking tranquility and happiness an inherently valuable pursuit? Is it okay to ask G-d to help us accomplish our mission free f...
Should we be afraid of divine judgment in the messianic era? What is the nature of this reckoning in a good and redeemed world?
The customary preamble to Pirkei Avot
The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 1
This inaugural class on the final chapter of tractate Sanhedrin covers the opening Mishnah, which speaks of “who will, and who won't, receive a portion of the proverbial World-to-Come.” Amongst the fascinating topics covered in this Talmud series are Tora...
Does G-d pay His workers on time?
The Torah commands that a laborer's payment not be withheld even a day. G-d Himself, our Sages tell us, observes the very commandments He obligates us to fulfill. How then does G-d not immediately reward man for his/her service of Him, deferring man's rew...
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 4, "Kol Yisrael"
The fourth passage is lifted from a Mishnah in Tractate Sanhedrin: All Israel have a share in the World to Come; as stated (by the Isaiah) “and Your people are all righteous. They shall inherit the land forever. They are the branch of My planting, the wor...
Can a Jew lose his/her portion in the world to come? What can be done to restore our place in paradise?
Learning Pirkei Avot on Five Levels
The prevalent custom is to study a chapter of Ethics of Our Fathers each week starting the Shabbat after Passover. Prior to studying each chapter, we add the introductory teaching of ‘Kol Yisrael’ (All Jews). Learn why this is inserted as a preface to Pir...
The Torah focuses on this world and not the next world because what we can accomplish here is so valuable. Nevertheless, our world is upside down and truth and clarity occurs only in the world to come.
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