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Who will arise at the Resurrection of the Dead?

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All of Israel, without exception, have a share in the World to Come (i.e., the Resurrection of the Dead). Even as to those of whom the Sages said that they do not have a share in the World to Come, this means that:(a) their body will decompose, while the Divine soul, which is eternal, will be resurrected in a different body, and(b) they have no known and separate share, but they do derive benefit and sustenance from the storehouse of charitable bequests which are hidden away for those who were not found worthy of entering the World to Come.1

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  • 1. Teshuvos U'Biurim by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, sec. 1142.

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