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Unread 05-10-2016, 01:08 PM   #1
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10.5 Shvatim, 7 Shvatim, Etc.

So apparently, it's not 100% that the other ten-and-a-half shvatim are going to come back when Moshiach comes.

And apparently, Moshiach will redivide us up into Shvatim, from new (מחדש, however you say it).

And there are a bunch of other "basa" things, that make me a lot less excited for Moshiach than I was before.

And no one even cares about Moshiach anyways, and for sure won't want to hear such about such a theoretical issue. So I'm posting it here.

Basa. I hope those opinions are wrong.
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Unread 05-10-2016, 06:35 PM   #2
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If you can move today to a place which guarantees no war, no violence/religious conflict, no financial stress, no disease, no death & tragedies, and guaranteed income for life, would you hesitate for a second?

The wildest Utopian fantasy the whole word is dreaming about is about to come true, and you aren't sure you're on board because you might need to move to a new "tribe"? Today the Jewish world has dozens, if not hundreds of groups and ideologies -- cutting it down to a dozen seems like a decent number. Not everyone needs to be identical, and even when Moshiach comes, there's room for more than one path to Hashem.
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Unread 05-11-2016, 02:05 AM   #3
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I figure that:

a) The guaranteed happiness
b) Getting to serve Hashem the way we're meant to
c) The fact that the Rebbe will be there to guide us through any tough adjustments

...is enough to calm any of my fears

(I also am pretty certain that being afraid of Moshiach is yet another Tactic of the Yetzer Hara™)
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