As we began to indicate, the whole phenomenon of Adam Kadmon and its visage speaks to the interplay between body and soul — in the primordial past, in the ever-shifting present, and in the ultimate future.
Ramchal has a lot to say about this in quite fresh ways, and we’ll begin to explore that soon.
(c) 2012 Rabbi Yaakov Feldman
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