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SUCH A GOY !
May 21, 2019, 6:52 am
Filed under: Hebrew, nations, Uncategorized
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Photo by Wendy Wei on Pexels.com     Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation, exo chapt,19)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.     Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.

Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “Aadah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. “Aad” literally means witness. So a “Aadah” is a group that witnessed something.  The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.



THE 22 LETTERS ARE FROM BEYOND THIS WORLD-INFINITE !
December 22, 2013, 3:20 pm
Filed under: Hebrew, HEBREW LETTERS | Tags: , ,

 

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UPDATED NOV 28 2018

The Hebrew letters are more than just symbols. They are vessels of the life-force of the Soul, Divine energy.

The 22 hebrew letters with which the

Bible was written

are the building blocks of creation.

They each are unique states, structures

of Divine energy. Even if the letters can

be explained as representing ideas

and numbers their true nature is

beyond possible description in human

terms as they are truly Divine and

each of their definitions belong in part

of a infinite set. “Lashon haKodesh”

(the Hebrew language ) is

viewed is a repository of collective

consciousness and personal

consciousness. It contains the wisdom

of Yisrael of all the generations. The

letters are physical incarnations of

Divine wisdom emitting and pulsing

creative powers.

According to the sages, the letters and words of the Hebrew language give tremendous insight into concepts. For example אהבה   (love)  the root of the word is “הַב”, which means “to give.” True love is only found when one goes into a relationship to give to their partner, rather than to only take.