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Heralding the imminent arrival of Moshiach.
Heralding the imminent arrival of Moshiach.

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Beis Moshiach (USPS 012-542) ISSN 1082-0272is published weekly, except Jewish holidays(only once in April and October) or $160.00 inCrown Heights. USA $180.00. All other places or$195.00 per year (45 issues), by Beis Moshiach,744 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213-3409.Periodicals postage paid at Brooklyn, NY andadditional ofces. Postmaster: send addresschanges to Beis Moshiach 744 Eastern Parkway,Brooklyn, NY 11213-3409. Copyright 2013 byBeis Moshiach, Inc.Beis Moshiach is not responsible or the contentand Kashruth o the advertisements.
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MORE ALIVE:EVEN IN THEPHYSICALWORLD
I mke ene  e oud be more preen ine upern rem, gien i en ere, buin  ene i e more preen in e piord? te ner i... e ife of  zddiki no orpore ife,  i knon, bu piriuife, i i fi, nd e fer nd oe of G-d.* soure meri ompied b Rbbi somMjeki. trnion re in bod. Underining ie empi of e ompier.
Arranged and translated by Boruch Merkur
Having established a clearsource in
nigla
for the eternal lifeof the
tzaddik
– for even in deathhe is said to be alive – it remainsto be discussed in what mannerthat is so. Rabbi Majeski in
 Likkutei Mekoros
cites from theinner dimension of the Torah,selections from
Tanya
describinghow the
tzaddik
lives on even inthe physical world:
It states in the ZoharHaKadosh that “The righteous who pass on are present in allthe worlds more than whenthey were alive.” That is, evenin this world of action [thephysical world, regarding which it is said], “today, tofulfill them [i.e., the Mitzvos](and tomorrow to receive theirreward)” – the
tzaddik
is morepresent, for the actions [he didand inspired others to do andcontinue doing] grow, and giverise to ongoing generations of “offspring,” from the “lightthat was planted for therighteous” in the “field that was blessed by G-d [i.e., GanEden].” This light shines uponthe land and the outer limits,reaching even “us [we] who arehere today; we are all alive,”living in his ways, “the holy way it shall be called.”The
tzaddik’s
presenceis increased with regard toservice of G-d, Heavenlymatters, as well as to worldlymatters. Indeed, it explicitlysays in the Zohar HaKadoshthat the righteous protect the world [the physical world],and their protection is moreprominent posthumously than when they were alive. In fact, were it not for the prayers of the righteous in Gan Eden, the world would not continue toexist for a single moment. Andall those who were close tothe “sanctuary of G-d” in hislifetime are first to be blessed.
 An elucidation of the above:
It states in the ZoharHaKadosh that “The righteous who pass on are present in allthe worlds more than whenthey were alive, etc.” But itremains to be understood: Itmakes sense that he should bemore present in the supernalrealms, given his ascent there[upon his
 histalkus
], but in what sense is he more presentin the physical world? Theanswer is in accordance with what I was taught on the words of our Sages, of blessedmemory, that “He dispenseslife to all the living”: the life of a
tzaddik
is not corporeal life,as is known, but spiritual life, which is faith, and [the] fearand love [of G-d].
(
Tanya, Igeres HaKodesh
146)
MoshIach & GeUla
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THE G-DLY SOUL:HiS EnTirE iDEnTiTY
The following segmentprovides insight into what isdifferent about the
tzaddik’s
 eternal life given that all soulsare eternal. The
tzaddik
liveseternally in a way that suppressesothers on account of his G-dlySoul – his true life being spirituallife, as above – for that is hisentire identity.
It says about the G-dlySoul, “The soul that you haveplaced within me is pure.” Itspecifically says, “placed withinme,” indicating that the personhimself is not the G-dly Soul.The exception to this rule,however, is
tzaddikim
, therighteous. For with regard to
tzaddikim
,
 
it is the reverse: thepure soul, which is the G-dlySoul, is the person himself, whereas his body is called “theflesh of man.” This reversal isreflected in the saying of HillelHaZakein to his disciples: when he was going to eat he would say that he is going todo an act of benevolence to thedespicable and impoverishedone, referring to his body, forit was considered as somethingforeign to him. In this sense hedoes “an act of benevolence”to it by feeding it, insofar ashe himself is only the G-dlySoul and nothing else. TheG-dly Soul alone enlivens hisbody and flesh, because in
tzaddikim
, the evil that hadexisted in the Vitalizing Soul,invested within the blood andflesh, has been transformed intogood and literally subsumed within the sanctity of the G-dlySoul. However, with regard to aBeinoni, since the essence andinner quality of the Vitalizing Animal Soul, which stemsfrom the realm of evil, invested within his blood and his flesh,has not yet been transformedto good, the Animal Soul is theperson himself.
(
Tanya, Likkutei Amarim
37a)
The tzaddik lives eternally in a way that suppressesothers on account of his G-dly Soul – his true life beingspiritual life – for that is his entire identity.
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