The Lord Lives, and Blessed Be My Rock

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362) “The Lord lives, and blessed be my Rock; and exalted be the God of my salvation.” It is written, “The Lord lives.” But do I not know that the Lord lives? Yet, even a righteous, Yesod, is called “alive,” since a righteous extends the illumination of Hochma, the light of Haya, and this is why he is called Hay [alive].

“Lives” means that he is righteous above and righteous below. ZA above and his Yesod below are called “alive.” Above, he is called “the Creator,” who is ZA, alive, as it is written, “The Lord lives,” and below, the righteous is called “alive,” Yesod de ZA, as it is written, “And Benaiah the son of Jehoiada, the son of a living man,” which points to Yesod.

And why is the Creator called “alive”? It is so because He is righteous, containing the righteous Yesod, as well, since “righteous” is called “alive,” “the One who lives forever,” since He extends illumination of Hochma, which is called “light of Haya [living/animal].” Also, the Creator imparts Hochma only after NHY de Kelim—which are primarily the righteous Yesod—are complemented. At that time, it is said, “The Lord lives,” after the extension of Hochma.

“The Lord lives, and blessed be my Rock.” Everything is one, “lives” and “blessed,” since they are not separated from one another. “Lives” means illumination of Hochma, and “blessed” means illumination of Hassadim. They must clothe one another because Hochma without Hassadim is darkness, and this “The Lord lives” and “blessed” are Hochma and Hassadim together.

“My Rock” is the Nukva de ZA. When “Lives,” “the Lord,” and “Rock” unite as one, the rock is called “a well of living water,” springing from within the well, which is “Lives,” “the Lord,” and “Blessed.” The well is filled by the rock, and she is called “a well of living water” because water is Hassadim that she receives from “blessed.” Life is illumination of Hochma that she receives from “Lives.” She is called “a well” after the fountain that springs in her, these two illuminations. This explains the words, “The Lord lives, and blessed be my Rock.” It indicates to the perfection of the Zivug of ZA and Nukva when she receives the complete Mochin from him, which are implied in the words “lives” and “blessed.”

363) “And exalted be the God of my salvation.” This is the upper world, Bina. “High and lifted up” means higher than all because from Him, from Bina, emerges all the Mochin in ZON and in BYA, and every springing that springs, from which to fill the well. And the Nukva is blessed from there, to shine for all that is below Atzilut. And when everyone is filled with abundance from her, then “And exalted be the God, my … salvation,” since the upper one rises and is lifted up by the proliferation of abundance that He imparts upon the lower ones.

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