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There is a basis for your question.

In the book Leshem byShevo V'Achlama (הקדו"ש דף כ"ט ע"א), Rabbi Shlomo Elyashiv zt'l he brings the verse "I call heaven and earth as witness this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live" (devarim 30:19)

He asks on why does it say "therefore choose life". Isn't that obvious?

heHe answers by saying, really one might think that it doesn't matter since in the end everything will be rectified. Even if one chooses evil, the punishments he will get after death will rectify it all. Therefore, he says one might think either direction is ok, and the verse comes to teach you that G-d wants the way of good.

There is a basis for your question.

In the book Leshem by Rabbi Shlomo Elyashiv zt'l he brings the verse "I call heaven and earth as witness this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live" (devarim 30:19)

He asks on why does it say "therefore choose life". Isn't that obvious?

he answers by saying, really one might think that it doesn't matter since in the end everything will be rectified. Even if one chooses evil, the punishments he will get will rectify it all. Therefore, he says one might think either direction is ok, and the verse comes to teach you that G-d wants the way of good.

There is a basis for your question.

In the book Leshem Shevo V'Achlama (הקדו"ש דף כ"ט ע"א), Rabbi Shlomo Elyashiv zt'l brings the verse "I call heaven and earth as witness this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live" (devarim 30:19)

He asks why does it say "therefore choose life". Isn't that obvious?

He answers by saying, really one might think that it doesn't matter since in the end everything will be rectified. Even if one chooses evil, the punishments he will get after death will rectify it all. Therefore, he says one might think either direction is ok, and the verse comes to teach you that G-d wants the way of good.

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There is a basis for your question.

In the book Leshem by Rabbi Shlomo Elyashiv zt'l he brings the verse "I call heaven and earth as witness this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live" (devarim 30:19)

He asks on why does it say "therefore choose life". Isn't that obvious?

he answers by saying, really one might think that it doesn't matter since in the end everything will be rectified. Even if one chooses evil, the punishments he will get will rectify it all. Therefore, he says one might think either direction is ok, and the verse comes to teach you that G-d wants the way of good.