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65) One who causes mixture of drops of semen in a place that is not his, who mixes his drop with a maidservant, a disease, a daughter of Ishmael, an evil Klipa or a daughter of a foreign god, an idolater’s daughter, which are evil and darkness, while his drop is good and light, he mixes good with bad and violates the word of his master who said, “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, you shall not eat of it.”

66) The Creator mingles that man, composes him, and brings him to receive his punishment through incarnation. He brings him in a body that consists of good and evil. If he repents and engages in Torah, separating good from evil because he engaged in prohibited and permitted, impure and pure, and worthy and faulty, this separates the bad from the good. It is said about it, “Then the Lord God created man.” The word “created” is written with two Yods [in Hebrew], indicating that there are two creations in man, creation for good and creation for bad. With the Torah, he separates them and the Creator gives him a soul from Him, to dominate over both—the one that is good and light, the next world, and the one that is evil and dark, this world—as it is written, “And He blew into his nostrils the breath of life.”

67) He is judged by the merits and sins. One who performs a single Mitzva [good deed] is rewarded.

Intermediate is one whose merits and sins are equal—half are merits below and half are sins below, as it is written, “Whatever your petition, it shall be granted to you. And what is your request? Even to half of the kingdom it shall be done.” If there is half a kingdom [Malchut], which is half merits, then, “It shall be done,” meaning the question or request is granted.

A complete righteous—all his merits are above, and his sins below. All his merits are kept for him above, for the next world, and he does not receive a thing from them in this world. And his sins, the punishments for his sins, are below in this world.

A complete wicked—his sins are above and his merits below. His sins are above, meaning he is avenged in hell after his passing from this world. And the merits he had done are below, meaning he is given his reward in this world.

Intermediate—both judge him, meaning that both his reward and his punishment are below in this world.

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