"For her pains came upon her."
"The glory of Adonai will endure forever" (Psalms 104, 31)
"And it came to pass, when he made mention of the Ark of God, he fell off the seat backwards by the side of the gate, and his neck was broken, and he died."
(I Samuel 4,18)
"It was this light that the Holy One sowed in the Garden of Eden,
and through the agency of the Righteous,
who is the Gardener of the Garden,
He set it in rows;
and He took it and sowed it as the seed of truth in rows in the Garden,
where it grew,
and brought forth fruit which has nourished the world,
as it is written:
"A light sown to the righteous"
(Ps. XCVII, 11).
Thus all the worlds are nourished to repletion by that Gardener who is called "Righteous".
Only when Israel is in exile does this light cease.
In that time one might think
"the waters fail from the sea,
and the flood decayeth and drieth up"
(Job. XIV, 11),
so how can the world be sustained at all?
Therefore it says that " a light is sown",
that is to say,
Now from the time when the stream was cut off from the Garden,
the Gardener has ceased to visit it;
but the light sows itself,
bringing forth fruit out of itself,
like a garden which brings forth without being sown,
though it must be admitted that the issues and the fruit have no longer that perfection which they attained when the Gardener was present.
So the significance of the words
"and the Torah is a light" is this,
that the Torah,
which emanates from the region of primordial light,
is continually being sown in the world and sends forth fruit without ceasing,
and the world is nourished by it.
"And when they moved, I heard the noise of their wings, like the noise of great waters, like the voice of the Almighty, the noise of a tumult, like noise of a host...." (Ezk. 1, 24).
"This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord. And when I saw it, I fell on my face, and I heard the voice of one that spoke." (Ezk. 1, 28).
"And a spirit entered into me when he spoke to me, and set me upon my feet, and I heard him that spoke to me." (Ezk. 2, 2).
"And thou shalt speak my words to them...."
(Ezk 2, 7).
Impression - an affecting by stamping, bearing upon, pressing, pressing into, or otherwise exerting a physical force that marks, grooves, embosses, or prints in some way.
"One should not consider for a moment that these matters which I am telling you now about this root principle are matters which one should accept and believe, but they have no explanation.
Rather, these matters are a received tradition, but we have knowledge of them, and we are able to give an explanation and a proof for each of them with respect to our pure Torah, with a kind of demonstration visible to the eye.
(Shaare Orah pp. 186-187)"
The Doctrine of the Divine Name by Stephen G. Wald, Scholars Press, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988, p. 31
"R. Phinehas the priest, son of Hama, explained: A harp hung over David's bed. When the hour of midnight arrived, a northerly wind blew upon it and it played of its own accord. Thereupon David would rise up with all his disciples. For they used to occupy themselves with the Torah, toiling and driving sleep from their eyes, studying Torah until dawn. This is why David said, "Awake, my glory; psaltery and harp; I will awake the dawn.' In the ordinary way, he meant to say, the dawn rouses men from their sleep, but in my case 'I will awake the dawn'; I shall rouse the dawn from sleep."
Midrash Rabbah, XV, 15-16
Wordblind - condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize words that he sees.
Impression - a communicating or giving of a mold, style, trait, or character by an external force or influence.
Impression - an indentation, stamp, embossment, form or figure resulting from physical contact.
"And it came to pass, when the ark set forward, that Moses said, Rise up, Eternal, and let thine enemies be scattered, and let them that hate thee flee before thee."
Numbers X. 35
Chumash, Bamidbar, trans. Silbermann, Jerusalem, 5745, p. 51-52
"And My glory I shall not give to another, nor My praise to idols."
Worddeaf - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize words that he hears.
Would God that all the people of the Eternal were prophets, and that the Eternal would give his spirit unto them!"
Numbers XI. 29
Chumash, Bamidbar, trans. Silbermann, Jerusalem, 5745
Impression - an especially marked influence or effect on feeling, sense or mind
Impression - a usually indistinct or imprecise notion, remembrance, belief or opinion.
Impress - to levy or take by force for (public) service Impress - to enlist or procure the services or aid of by forcible argument or persuasion
a word that impresses
impressed by the word
One that speaks: Voice
Mouth - an oral interchange
Glory - a great beauty or splendor, resplendence, magnificence
Glory - splendor and beatific happiness of heaven: eternal life in heaven: eternity.
a condition of supreme exaltation; a state of unhindered gratification, self-satisfaction, or enjoyment.
Glory - a ring of light as aureole, nimbus, corona.
Glory - an emanation or play of light; a luminous glow; a soft brightness; a dazzling illumination; a burst or blaze of blindingly bright light.
Word - something that is said; utterance, statement
Word - a speech sound or series of speech sounds that symbolize and communicate a meaning without being divisible into smaller units capable of independent use.
the entire set of linguistic forms produced by combining a single base with various inflectional elements (as affixes) without change in the part of speech ( man, man's; men, men's) see paradigm.
Word - a verbal signal; password, watch word.
Word Blindness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the words that he sees.
Word Deafness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the words that are heard.
Wound Bound - lacking in fluency
Glory - YHVH's Name is a Name of glory (Ps 72, 19)
His eyes are eye of Glory (Is. 3, 8)
in the temple His glory is seen Ps 63, 3
glory is in the heavens Ps. 113, 4
glory is in all the earth Ps. 57, 6 & 12
El ha-kavod in a thunderstorm Ps. 29, 3
His glory is great Ps. 138, 5
His glory is above all the earth Ps. 108, 6
The whole earth is full of glory Ps. 19, 2
The heavens declare His glory Ps. 19, 2
The land will see it Is. 35, 2
The land will shine with it Ezk 43, 2
The earth will be filled with a knowledge of it Hb. 2, 14
It will be declared among the nations and all will see it Is. 66, 18-19