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Unread 05-02-2016, 05:27 PM   #26
aaron benjamin
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Originally Posted by Yankel Nosson View Post

"There is no difference...except shibud malchiyos". The inyan of shibud malchiyos is the yetzer hara (Eitz Chayim and other places). "I will remove the spirit of impurity (yetzer hara) from the land". This is why davka in Yemos Hamoshiach we can perform "k'mitzvos ratzonecha", because there won't be a yetzer hara (Hemshech V'Kacha 5637).

This is why Matan Torah was "m'eyn" yemos hamoshiach, because we didn't have a yetzer hara anymore ("paska zuhamason"--see Tanya Perek 36).
When the redemption comes G*d willing, will the yetzer hara cease to exist or will it continue to exist but be elevated to a higher level of existence (I.e. with a tikun.)?
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