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Monday, January 7, 2019

What is more valuable, a student or a son?

There is an answer and it is not a cop out like: what student and what son. Assume both are on exactly the same level in knowledge which is closer to the father? Even forget Rabbi Nachman's example of the son that was ready to act like a servant in order to please his father.  What is preferable to the father? A student or a son?

ANSWER:

Only the ages of the forfathers of Pinchas are mentionned, not those of Moses.  137, 137 and 134.  The age of Moses is inferior: 120. 17 appears twice, the age of Josef when he went to Egypt and the number of years of Exile of Jacob when he returned from Egypt. Moses was called good (17) two times when he was born.  The days of the life of Jacob were good only when ge was with Josef.

Josef was born from the tears (20 years) of Rachel and was not a son of Jacob, he was the kind of different she cried 3533 years for until this year bh when Nachamo nachamo will not be missing from Jerusalem.

Moses begot two sons which dissapear with their mother as soon as they appear.  The father did not make the brit, Eliezer like Gershom remained strangers.  Moses descendants are Druzies.

Ahron s descendents represent the holy holy holy Cohens.  The Jewish nation became holy holy holy in Shushan with the three day fast completing our separation from the lusts of this world (holy if we maintain our happiness). 

Holy is just fine, is a happy secular Jew a holy Cohen? Yes of course he is.  He is like the sons of Ahron, he is a son.

What is a religious Jew then? Ahh, a religious Jew is a student, who studies the teachings of Moses.

What then is a Non-Jew that studies and upholds the teachings of Moses? He is a convert. The convert is a student and the status of student is higher than that of a son,

Because:

The reward of the fathers of Pichas were 17 years here below. The reward of Moses are all the good (treasures) of heaven which are no less than Divine Understanding.

Happy s he who leaves millions of students behind and continues his studies in the next world.

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