The word Geula (redemption)
refers to the process that will take place at the “end of days” through Moshiach, or the Messiah – the Torah scholar, leader, sage, prophet and king promised by the Torah. It includes the rectification of G-d’s world, the return of the Jewish people – and the world – to the truth of the Torah, the return of the Jewish people to the Holy Land, the building of the Temple in Jerusalem and ultimately an end to war, suffering, poverty, evil and even death.
In a sense, each time something is ‘transformed’ – i.e. taken out of exile and reconnected with its original underlying Divine purpose – it contains an aspect of geula.