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Adam, Eve, and the Snake

Why do stories begin “once upon a time”? A true story emanates from one, purchase a state above time.

The Torah is a storybook – your story, this from the moment that you were conceived in the mind of God.

Stories are for children. All children stories have a happy ending. God is our storyteller.

To feel oneself a child or servant of God comes from the revealed dimension of the Torah.

To feel oneself God’s spouse, as in The Song of Songs, comes from the inner dimension of the Torah.

To thank God for giving us life and livelihood is living by His statutes, in thought, word, and deed.
Adam, look Eve, prostate and the snake, decease the three players in the Garden of Eden, correspond to mind, heart, liver.

Adam Eve snake plus brain heart liver = 528, the triangle of “heart” (32; 1 plus 2… plus 32 = 528)

All is included in the heart, in Eve. Brain descends to its right and liver ascends to its left.

There, in the heart, the psyche of Eve, is the battle ground between Adam and the primordial snake.

Adam and the snake are fighting over Eve, as the sages say that the snake fell in love with Eve.

The battle is who will control the heart, the emotions of man (love, fear, etc.), reason or impulse.

Reason is not always rational and impulse is not always irrational.

Reason allows for super-rational self-sacrifice, impulse teaches one that he comes first.

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