And He Took One of His Ribs

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42) “And the Lord God said: ‘It is not good that the man should be alone.’” It does not say, “That it was good,” on the second day, since the rib for building the Nukva was to be taken from Adam. The second day is Gevura and left line. And completing the left line is only in the Malchut, which is built from it. And since Adam, ZA, was alone and Malchut had not yet been cut off from him, it is written, “It is not good that the man should be alone.” This is why it was not said, “That it was good” on the second day. Before Malchut is separated from ZA and is built into a separate Partzuf, the left line of ZA, which is the second day, is not completed. It is said about it, “It is not good.”

43) Was he alone? It is written, “He created them male and female,” and we learned that Adam ha Rishon was created in two Partzufim, male and female, attached to one another in their Achoraim [posteriors]. And you say, “It is not good that the man should be alone”? However, he did not try with his Nukva and she was not help made against him, for she was at his side and they were attached at their backs, and then Adam was alone.

44) “I will make him a help made against him,” opposite his Panim [face], so they would bond face to face. What did the Creator do? He cut him and took the female from him, as it is written, “He took one of his ribs.” “One” is his Nukva, as it is written, “My dove, my undefiled, is but one,” and brought her to Adam, who established her as a bride. And He brought her to be opposite his face, shining face to face. And while the Nukva was clung to his side, Adam was alone. Afterwards, the two rose and mated, and seven rose together: Cain with his twin, Abel with two twins, thus five, and Adam and Eve, thus seven.

45) When Eve was established with Adam, the Creator blessed them, as it is written, “And God blessed them,” like a cantor who blesses the bride with seven blessings. We learn from this that when the bride and groom are blessed with the seven blessings, they are attached together as it is above, when Malchut is blessed by the seven blessings from HGT NHYM de ZA.

46) Hence, one who comes to bond with another man’s wife blemishes the Zivug [coupling], since the Zivug of the assembly of Israel is only in the Creator, both when it is in Rachamim [mercy] and when it is in Din [judgment]. When one bonds with another man’s wife, it is as though he is lying to the Creator and to the assembly of Israel. Hence, the Creator does not atone him through repentance, and repentance is hung for him until he departs from the world, as it is written, “Surely this iniquity shall not be forgiven you until you die.” It is forgiven when he enters in repentance into that world and receives his punishment there, and then he is forgiven.

47) One who lies to the assembly of Israel, who comes to bond with another’s wife, his repentance is not accepted before he is sentenced in hell; all the more so with one who lies to the assembly of Israel and to the Creator. It is even more so if he compels the Creator to make the form of a bastard in another’s wife and publicly lies to the king, openly.

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