(30:4) “Im Yihiyeh Nidchecha Biketzei Hashomayim Mishom Yikabetzcha Hashem-If you’re dispersed will be at the ends of heaven from there Hashem will gather you.” What does it mean when it says “the ends of heaven.” Man does not live in heaven? It should have said from the ends of the earth? Shomayim denotes spiritual matters, while Eretz refers to the material. Biketzei comes from the word “Ketzat” a little bit. Since every Jew has done at least a little bit of good and has some merit in heaven, Moshe told the nation: “Im Yihiyeh Nidchecha-If your dispersed.” You need not worry as long as you have Ketzei Hashomayim a little bit of spirituality then Hashem will bring you back to him.
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