[Chofetz Chaim’s note: Alternatively, “actions of G-d” can follow its simple meaning: The creation of the sanctuaries of holiness and of the angels, [is that] which The Holy One, Blessed is He, Creates as a result of the Torah [learned] and the mitzvos performed by the Jewish People in this world.]
That which is derived from all of our words, [is as follows]: Through guarding one’s tongue in accordance with halacha, the person merits to sanctify his power of speech, whereupon his Torah [learning] and prayers will be accepted Above, [in Heaven].
 Rechilus is talebearing.
 Zohar, Parshas Mitzora: “The prayer of one who has committed the [sin of Lashon HaRa] does not rise before The Holy One, Blessed is He, for the Spirit of Impurity has aroused itself upon him. Once he returns in repentance [from his sin of Lashon HaRa] and he has accepted upon himself to repent, what is written in reference to him? “On the day that he becomes pure he shall be brought before the Kohen”… (Vayikra: 14; 2)
 Tanna refers to rabbis from the Mishnaic era.
 RaSh”I notes that one is unable to fix that which he distorted in his lifetime once he passes away.
Therefore, one can do Teshuvah in his lifetime to undo that which he distorted. However, it is only he who can right the wrongs, as we learn in Pirkei Avos - “If I am not for myself, who is for me?”
 Halacha refers to Jewish law.