And If a Woman Has a Discharge of Her Blood

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26) “He who sits in the heavens laughs, the Lord scoffs at them.” “He who sits in the heavens laughs” is Isaac, which comes from wine—which shines and laughs first, and is enraged and confusing later. It is written, “He who sits in the heavens laughs.” It does not say, “Sits in heaven,” for heaven is ZA, which includes HGT NHY. Had it said “Sits in heaven,” I would have said it is ZA. But it writes, “Sits in the heavens,” meaning one end from the heavens, which is Gevura, and the quality of Isaac. And since Isaac [Yitzhak] shines and laughs [Tzohek], the judgment laughs and shines to the wicked.

27) Such is the way of the wicked: The Creator shines for them in this world and shows them a face as bright as wine, for it shines first, and is then angered and kills. And the Creator pulls the wicked toward Him so they will repent. If they return to Him, good. If not, He consumes them from the next world and they have no share in it, and they are blotted out from everything. If they come to purify, they are assisted and the Creator purifies them and brings them close to Him, and calls “peace” upon them, as it is written, “Peace, peace to him who is far and to him who is near.”

28) “And if a woman has a discharge of her blood.” “Behold, a day is coming for the Lord when the spoil taken from you will be divided among you.” A day will come means a day that has already come, prior to the creation of the world, meaning Malchut from which all the judgments stem. This is a day when the wicked will be sentenced, a day when the Creator repays those who have persecuted Israel. This day is coming; it stands before the Creator and demands of Him to pass judgment and to obliterate the idolaters. And it is given permission, as it is written, “For I will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle.”

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