Coupon for Nanach.Net

Friday, January 27, 2012

More on this weeks parsha - Boh - (come to Pharaoh)

This weeks parsha discusses the Pesach. There are 3 main translations of this word. 1. Pesach means to skip over, H"Y skipped over the houses of the Jews when He killed the first born of the Egyptians. 2. Pesach can be translated as having mercy. 3. Pesach can be translated as Peh-Sach the mouth relates.

If one puts all these translations together, the picture of Nanach begins to form. Because the aspect of skipping is very much the aspect of music (as explained by Rabbainu), and Nanach is the new song, which is to be related over and over again with one's mouth, and this is great mercy - the aspect of Nachman.

The picture is developed by taking the numerical value - gimatria - of Pesach = Nachman.

The picture is completed by switching the "samech" of Pesach, to a "tuv" - a function of the permutation of letters - and then taking the gematria (with the three letters) = Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman.

No comments: