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The national anthem was played but not sung.” The couple reportedly had a series of readings read aloud, including two poems and a Bible reading. The couple’s mothers were said to have read Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare and “i carry your heart with me(i carry it in)” by e.e. cummings. Among the Stitch stay out of my bubble Cloth Face Mask Washable besides I will buy this 20 or so guests were the 99-year-old Prince Phillip, making a rare public appearance. What did Beatrice wear? Unlike other recent royal weddings. And what does God do at night? He rides a cherub of light and floats in 18,000 worlds, listening to heavenly songs. Ten is the number of the ineffable sefirot, ten and not nine, ten and not eleven. Each of the sefirot has the appearance of a flash of lightning. Their origin is beyond human sight, their unfolding to the end of time. Each sefirah has its own name, and this name can invoke angels and draw down the word of God. As they rush forth and return, they bear the divine word with them as a messenger carries a message. From His throne, God eternally rules over them. They are great mysteries of God, as it is said, The secret things belong to Yahweh (Deut. 29:28), and in them, God conceals Himself from human beings. Through them, God rules secret worlds that have not been revealed, as well as worlds that have been revealed. He binds the sefirot together and unites them. The sefirot are the channels through which God rules and interacts with all universes—those accessible to the human eye and those beyond human understanding, even beyond prophecy. God is hidden within the sefirot. From them comes all existence—through them, from the highest sphere, manifests the human being. God is the mystery of mysteries. No thought can grasp God at all. In God there is no likeness or image of anything within or without. But since God is in the sefirot, whoever separates any one of these ten from the others, it is as if he had made a division in God. Then one year his Hasidim noticed that the Ba’al Shem Tov did not join in the dancing, but stood off by himself. He seemed to be strangely somber on that joyful day. Suddenly a shoe flew off the foot of Rabbi Dov Baer as he whirled in the dance, and at that instant the Ba’al Shem Tov smiled.
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