Nothing but nothing is ever forgotten (3)

The next statement to the affect that that’s so because nothing is even forgotten before His Throne of Glory is self-evident. But the Petach’s concluding remarks — that at the end of the entire cycle there will be an utter repair that would be based on everything that was done, good or God forbid bad — call for some explanation as they’re rather esoteric.


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