And God Saw All that He Had Done

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173) “And God saw all that He had done, and behold, it was very good.” Here is the correction of “it was good” that was not said on the second day because death was created in it. Here it was said, “It was very good.”

The friends interpreted the words, “and behold, it was very good,” to be said about death. Hence, the second day is also worthy of saying “it was good” in it, even though death was created in it, since here on the sixth day it became revealed that death is very good.

174) “And God saw all that He had done.” Did He not see what He had done before? But it is written, “And God saw all that He had done,” which means that He saw only after He had done. However, the Creator saw everything—both what He had already done, and before it was done. But the verse comes to add that He saw all the future generations and every novelty that was to appear in the world in each generation, even before they would come to the world.

The verse, “That He had done,” means the whole of the work of creation because in the work of creation, the foundation and root of all that would come and be innovated in the world was created. This is why the Creator saw even before it came to be, and placed everything in the work of creation

Because the work of creation is the foundation and root of all that would be, the Creator included in them seeing all the future that would come to the world throughout the generations.

The verse, “And to say unto Zion, ‘You are My people,’” means that you are in partnership with Me. I began the worlds and you finish them, since the Creator established the whole of reality in a way that people could complete the correction. And since the end of correction was left for people, they are partners in creation.

This is why there are two discernments in heaven and earth: 1) That which the Emanator has already corrected. This is called “the work of creation.” 2) The new heaven and earth, which are to appear after the end of correction, as it is written, “The new heaven and the new earth that I make.”

This is what The Zohar asks about the words, “and God saw all that He had done.” It means that the Creator saw only all what He had done in the work of creation, but not the heaven and the earth that were to be corrected by the good deeds of people, who are destined to do them in each generation. But does He not see before He does, even what is to be corrected in each generation through good deeds until the end of correction?

It explains that the words, “all” means all the good deeds that are to be renewed in each generation by the righteous. “That He had done” means the work of creation, which He had already done.

Since the correction of reality that was established by the Creator in the work of creation is the foundation and root of people’s corrections, it follows that the works of people are included in the work of creation. This is why seeing the future relied on seeing the work of creation that He had already done. That is, this seeing of the future, which he Had done, is the work of creation.

175) “And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day.” What is the difference, that in the rest of the days of creation the letter Hey is not written, as it is written here, “the sixth day”? It does not say, “the first day,” “the second day”?

Here, when the world, namely ZON, had already been completed—since the work of creation has already ended, meaning the construction of ZON—the Nukva connected to the male in a single connection, meaning the Hey in the sixth, to be completely one, as it is written, “And the heaven and the earth were completed.” These are ZON that have been completed as one, meaning that ZON were completed by all the work of creation and were fully completed.

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