The Buds Have Appeared On the Earth

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42) “The buds have appeared on the earth … and the voice of the turtledove was heard in our land.” It writes, “Have appeared on the earth.” Why does it also write, “Was heard in our land”? One use of “Land” [“land” and “earth” are the same word in Hebrew] should have been enough. These buds are the plantings that the Creator uprooted and planted elsewhere, which grew as plants that produce flowers.

First, the world was created in the quality of Din [judgment], in Malchut, which is the quality of Din. The Creator saw that the world did not persist, since ZA and Malchut of the quality of Din are unfit to receive any light due to the Tzimtzum [restriction] over them, He associated the quality of Rachamim [mercy] with it, which raised Malchut to Bina where she was mitigated with the quality of Rachamim. At that time, they became fit for reception of Mochin from Bina. The buds are the plantings that the Creator uprooted, meaning ZA and Malchut, which the Creator uprooted from the place of Malchut of the quality of Din and planted elsewhere, in Bina’s place. Then they grew, bore fruits, and became like plantings when they produce flowers.

43) “Appeared on the earth,” since earth—which is Malchut that was blessed by ZA and by Bina—is the holy land, the upper land. “The time for pruning has arrived,” meaning it is time to uproot the governance of the ministers of the peoples so they will not govern Israel, at the time when the tabernacle was erected.

44) “And the voice of the turtledove was heard in our land,” in the land below, which Israel inherited through Joshua. This voice of the turtledove is the great tourist, the guide, ZA, who is called “Torah,” and who mated with Malchut. When Solomon built the Temple below, the Creator was crowned in His crowns, meaning Mochin de GAR from Ima, which are called “crowns,” as a groom and a bride, as it is written, “Go forth, O daughters of Zion, and gaze on King Solomon with the crown with which his mother has crowned him.”

45) The voice of the turtledove is the oral Torah, Malchut. The written Torah, ZA, is called simply “Torah.” Oral Torah is called “Tor” [translated as turtledove]. It is like saying YaYikarVaYikra [in Hebrew there is different spelling but same pronunciation to both]. VaYikra is perfection, but YaYikar is not. Similarly, Torah, ZA, is perfection, and Tor, which is Malchut is not perfect like Him.

46) When Divinity came down to the tabernacle, it writes, “Moses had finished” without a Vav [in Hebrew], since she is Moses’ bride, as Moses is ZA, and Moses’ bride is the assembly of Israel, Malchut. It is all one, and it was said unto the high King. This means that Moses is the high King, ZA. When the tabernacle was erected, Moses stood outside and said that it was inappropriate to enter unless by permission. Promptly, “And [the Lord] called unto Moses.” “He called” means the one in whose authority is the house, the bride, Malchut. “And [the Lord] spoke unto him.” That voice, ZA, is the one to which Moses clung, since Moses is a Merkava [assembly/chariot] for ZA.

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