A Bird’s Nest

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751) It is written, “If you happen to come upon a bird’s nest along the way, in any tree or on the ground, with young ones or eggs, and the mother is sitting on the young or on the eggs, you shall not take the mother with the young.” “If you happen to come upon a bird’s nest along the way” are the sages of the Bible [Old Testament]. “In any tree” are sages of the Mishnah, who are as fledglings nesting in the branches of the tree. Also, in each tree they are Israel, of whom it is written, “As the days of the tree, so are the days of My people.” “Or on the ground” are sages of the Torah, of whom we learn, “You shall sleep on the ground, lead a sorrowful life, and toil in the Torah.”

“The young ones” are priesthood cadets. “Eggs” are everything that nourishes the Creator, including everything, from small to great. “And the mother sitting on the young” while they were offering sacrifices. It is written about that time, “You shall not take the mother with the young,” meaning do not separate the connection of the mother—the Shechina—with the children, Israel.

752) The Temple was ruined and the offerings were cancelled. It is written, “You shall certainly let the mother go,” the Shechina, and the children have exiled. “And the young you will take for yourself,” since sages of Kabbalah are called “sons,” as they are from the first side of the filling of the letter VavAlephVav [Vav] in the name HaVaYaH, which is a long world. That Aleph of the filling of VavAlephVav extends from Bina, the next world, a world that is all long. It is written about it, “In order that it may be good for you and you will prolong your days,” for a world that is all long.

753) In the exile they established prayer instead of the offerings. Israel tweet in the sounds of the songs, in the sound of the Shema reading, which rises to the middle pillar above, ZA, for the mother and daughter, Bina and Malchut, are in exile. It is so because Malchut is included in Bina, hence to that extent Bina is in exile, too.

And as soon as ZA comes down he is tied with the daughter, Malchut, who is called the weaker hand, to tie the VavZA, with the HeyMalchut, in six Sefirot, since on the Shema reading is the extension of VAK de Gadlut to ZA and to Malchut. Promptly, it is whispered to the Hochma: “Blessed be the name of the glory of His kingdom forever and ever,” the unification of Malchut, at which time abundance is extended to her from the Hochma.

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