Likewise, everything is to be fixed in eternity in the great Day of Judgment in accordance with what has already been done in this world below as rooted in Radlah and as set-out in the Partzufim, regardless of whether they’re, i.e., whether those actions are, identical, contradictory, or the opposite of each other.
As despite the makeup of things and despite their relationship to each other, everything touches on the interplay of the contents of Radlah and affects the past, present and the ultimate future.
(c) 2015 Rabbi Yaakov Feldman
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