it's my understanding that there is no salvation in judaism, because there is no need for salvation.
the whole idea of sin, especially original sin, and the need to be saved from our sins, or we'd go to hell, is not found in judaism.
our idea of sin is like an arrow missing its mark. we learn, resolve to do better, and then do better next time. it's not about grace or anything, it's about our actions.
we do believe in an afterlife, but the goal of life is not to get to heaven or prepare for the afterlife. the goal is making the most out of this life, for ourselves and others, and to leave the world a little better off.
it's my opinion that the christian idea of hell and salvation is one of the most detrimental things to happen to humanity. it leads to a defeatist attitude about this life, where people give up and only focus on the next. it causes people to deny their bodies and minds and the pleasures that g-d gave us. and it leads to threats and hatred of sinners by christians who don't quite get it right.