Post-Life Judgment

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Question: My father passed away this past Friday. Is there any significance to passing away on the eve of Shabbat? Answer: I am sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I am confident that from the World of Truth he takes great pride in the mitzvot and cha...
Where do we go? What is heaven and hell? Do we ever get sent back for a second life? Is there any way to make contact with a departed loved one?
The Baal Shem Tov taught that in the heavenly court there is no one who can judge you for what you have done in your life on earth. So this is what they do: They show you someone’s life—all the achievements and all the failures, all the right decisions an...
It's fascinating to note that somehow the Talmud was able to get wind of the actual questions we will be asked by the supernal tribunal, when we stand before it to give a "full justification and an accounting" for the way we lived our lives
We strive for goodness in this world, where the Divine light is veiled…
A commentary on the haftarah of Eikev
Sometimes, you can feel alone even when you are with the one you love . . .
"Gate of Reincarnations": Chapter Three, Section 5
In the Age of Redemption, reincarnation will cease.
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