And in the Course of Days

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42) “And in the course of Yamim [Hebrew: days], Cain brought an offering to the Lord of the fruit of the ground.” “In the course of Yamim” is impurity, and not “In the course of Yamin [Aramaic: days],” which is holiness. The Creator said to Daniel, “But you, go your way till the end.” He told Him, “Which end? End of Yamim or end of Yamin?” He told him, “End of Yamin.”

43) This is what David feared, as it is written, “Lord, make me know my end,” whether to the end of Yamim or the end of Yamin? And here, about Cain, it is written, “And in the course of Yamim,” and not “End of Yamin.” This is why his offering was not accepted, for it was all from the Sitra Achra.

44) It is written, “And Abel, he too brought of the firstlings of his flock and of their fat.” “He too” shows that there was a part to the Sitra Achra in the offering of Abel, too, and there was a part to holiness in the offering of Cain. However, the whole of Abel’s offering and its essence was to the Creator, and he gave a part to the Sitra Achra, as it is written, “And of their fat,” meaning that the fat and the good was to the Creator. And Cain, he worked primarily to the end of Yamim, the Sitra Achra, and gave only a part to the Creator. This is why he and his offering were rejected.

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