And It Shall Come To Pass that from New Moon to New Moon

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407) Happy is the generation in which Rabbi Shimon is present. Happy is his lot among the upper and lower. It is written about him, “Happy are you, O land, whose king is free,” who raises his head high to clarify matters and is not afraid. One who is free says what he wishes and is not afraid. “Your king” is the author of the Torah, the author of the wisdom. When the friends would see Rabbi Shimon they would run after him and say, “They shall walk after the Lord, who shall roar like a lion.”

408) It is written, “And it shall come to pass that from new moon to new moon, and from Sabbath to Sabbath, all flesh shall come to bow before Me, says the Lord.” Why are they measured equally in the verse? It all amounts to one degree, one mating with the other. The Sabbath day, ZA, mates with the month, Malchut. The joy of one in the other is absent because they are not mating, unless when the holy AtikKeter, is revealed over them, and then it is joy for all. It is written, “A psalm, a song for the Sabbath day.” “For the Sabbath day means ZA, who is a praise that the Creator praises. At that time there is joy and Neshama [soul] is added, since Atik is revealed and the Zivug of ZA and Malchut occurs.

409) So it is in the new moon, in the beginning of the month, when the sun, ZA, illuminates to her with the joy of the light of Atik, above. This is why the new month offering is above, so that all will be perfumed and there will be joy in the world. For this reason, “Bring atonement upon Me, to invoke the Zivug.

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