The War Of Gog And Magog, Part 9

527.01Judgement Day from Kabbalah’s Point of View

Question: The Book Prophets mentions the Day of Judgement. Almost all religions say that God will judge all people for different actions. What does the Judgement Day mean from an internal point of view? Who is judging whom and for what?

Answer: Judgement Day means that the true reason for their existence, for their suffering, and the true opportunity to correct everything that is entrusted to a person is revealed to people.

When people see this, it will be the happiest day for them. On one hand, it is a day of judgement, but on the other hand, it is a happy day because the truth is revealed, how people can bring themselves to an eternal, perfect existence.

Question: The subject of life after death is also addressed in connection with the Judgement Day. Although Judaism does not speak much about it, there is still such a concept as the resurrection of the dead. What does it mean inside a person, from a spiritual point of view?

Answer: Judaism considers a person not as a protein body, but as a combination of his positive and negative qualities, and human ones at that, not animalistic ones. Our body is not considered a person. It is considered an animal. It is said: “The creatures are as beasts.”

But what we have in us, that is, what determines a person’s attitude to the surrounding world, especially to other people, must be corrected. A man is called one who connects himself with the entire world. A man in Hebrew is “Adam,” from the word “Domeh,” meaning “similar” to the Creator.

Question: Can we say that the resurrection of dead desires is our correct use of them?

Answer: Exactly. This is what is called “complete correction.”
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 4/30/21

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