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835) It is written, “Silver counted for nothing in the days of Solomon,” but everything was gold, meaning that gold grew. At that time, it is written, “And its dust contains gold.” This is so because the sun, ZA, was looking at the dust above, the Nukva, and the looking of the sun and his power makes and raises the dust into gold.
836) From the mountains, where the light of the sun is strong, “From the dust of the earth among the mountains, they all make gold.” Were it not for the big bad animals that are there, people would not be poor because the power of the sun increases the gold.
Gold is illumination of Hochma in the left line of Bina. Mountains are HGT, for mountains are only fathers. The dust among the mountains is the Nukva that is connected with HGT, the fourth to the fathers. As long as she does not receive the Hassadim from the sun, ZA, the Hochma in her does not shine because she can shine only with clothing of Hassadim. This is why at that time she is called “dust.”
But when the sun looks at her—meaning gives her light of Hassadim—Hochma dresses in Hassadim and illuminates like the illumination of the left of Bina, and her illumination becomes gold, like her. Under the domination of the left, there is much keeping by the flame of the sword that turns every way, and not every person may receive from there, except those who are worthy of her.
837) For this reason, in the days of Solomon silver counted for nothing, since the power of the sun looked at the dust and made it gold. Also, that dust is Din, left without right, and does not shine. When the sun, ZA, looks at it, giving it Hassadim, it takes the power of the Din from it and gold grows, since now the Hochma in it shines by the power of the clothing of Hassadim, like the left line of Ima, who is called “gold.” When Solomon looked at it, he praised and declared, “Everything was from the dust.”
838) For this reason, Solomon does not need to play, like David, since the Nukva was already fully corrected. Instead, he cited poems, The Song of Songs, which is love and wealth, which is light and love. This is because all the poetry in the world was in Solomon’s poetry, for he said the poem of the queen, the Nukva, while she sits in the throne facing the King.
839) It is written, “The king made silver like stones in Jerusalem,” since everything was gold. The dust, Nukva, tied to the left on the side of love, the love of lovers that abides in the left, as it is written, “His left under my head and his right shall embrace me,” and the sun, ZA, clung to her and did not retire from her.
840) Solomon was wrong about that. He saw that the moon drew closer to the sun, that the right of ZA was embracing her with Hassadim, and the left of ZA was under her head, in illumination of Hochma. The left became her Rosh [head], since the right and left drew close to one another, and the Hochma in the left had already clothed in the right. Solomon said, “Since they have already come close, why is the right still here? After all, the right, Hassadim, is only to bring ZA and Nukva close together, so the Hochma in the Nukva will clothe the Hassadim of ZA. And since they have already come close to each other, why is there still a need for the right, Hassadim?” Promptly, it writes, “Silver counted for nothing in the days of Solomon,” since he rejected the silver, right.
841) The Creator told him: “You rejected the right,” Hesed [mercy/grace], “In your life; you have yet to need the Hesed of people, and you will find none.” Promptly, the sun, ZA, turned from facing the moon, Nukva, and the moon began to darken, and Solomon was begging for alms, saying, “I am Ecclesiastes,” and no one was merciful to him because he rejected the right, Hesed, and did not appreciate it. It is written about it, “Silver counted for nothing in the days of Solomon.”
842) For this reason, the more one praises the Creator, right, the more peace he brings above. This is why it is written, “Listen, Laishah,” the Nukva, when she is remote from the Creator, right. It is written about it, “The lion [Heb: Laish] is lost without prey.” Laish and Laishah are like Hok [law] and Hukkah [constitution]. They have the same meaning. “Lost,” as it is written, “And they who were lost shall come,” meaning lost. Oved [lost] means Ne’evad [also lost]. “Without prey,” since the Nukva demands of ZA to give, as it is written, “She rises while it is still night and gives prey to her household.”
843) “And the whelps of the lion shall part,” since all the armies, the angels that spread out from her when she gives them prey, unite as one and nurse together. When she sits without prey because of the exile, the whelps of the lion will certainly part, meaning that her armies part to several directions and paths to find a place to execute judgment.
Hence, while the offering is sacrificed, all are corrected and draw near together. And during the exile, when the offering is not sacrificed, the sons of the lion part. For this reason, there is not a day without Din in it, since the upper ones and lower ones do not awaken in the completeness of the upper one.
844) Now, during the exile, a man’s prayer evokes wholeness above and below. In the blessings that he blesses the Creator, upper ones and lower ones are blessed. Hence by the prayer of Israel, the worlds are blessed. One who blesses the Creator will be blessed; one who does not bless the Creator is not blessed.
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