Frank, De La Paz, Hub De La discussed on Two Christians and a Jew


We're talking about something that you know, God wrote down for us and told us, you know, do that. Yeah and acceptance. Here's my love letter to you in my love letter to you. I'm asking you to keep these jobs to keep these dates with me. I want to have a date with you. I love I love this is our day. This is our is the word in the the Torah 4 months Boyd is a is an appointment the date and a time. Yeah, so well here I mean what you're saying Frank it's amazing to hear you're putting things together. But let me tell you what the for Thursday. For New Year's are yeah. They're they're New Year's with respect to different things. Does that make sense? Yeah, you know me not just that we're that. We've declared like days of renewal at four different points in the year that each of these Rosh Hashanah. Each of these New Year's each of these heads of year has a specific character to it. So the the the mission it says that the first of the month of Nisan is the head of year for kings and for Holiday wriggly, right? That would be like a almost like a civil year. I don't know when you said for Kings. So that makes me think of government. Yeah, except remember that government for us is all defined in terms of mitote. Okay? Okay. Yeah, there's there's no separation here between sacred and secular. You don't have a separation of synagogue and stayed over there, right? Yeah, we do wrong. You see when we when we say the so we make Hub de la at the at the end of Shabbat when we divided the Sabbath from the weekdays. We separate one out from the other and we make have De La Paz at the beginning of Shabbat when we make what we call kadouch when we sanctify the Sabbath day with words and divide it off from the week before it right? The I just lost my train of thought. This is perfect life. We were talking about different kinds of different heads of years different heads of the year after that after that was the first one first one was the separation between sacred and secular. Right? Right. We we divided between we would say kodesh the sacred and the whole and ordinary or the rest of time all time. I think it literally means the entropic it's the same word force and yeah. Yeah the things that passed away. Yeah and also for its related to the word to make something Hollow log He's beautify something which has which has used here. So the so we do have a separation like that. But what does that mean? The whole doesn't mean that you just say you're engaging with things that have nothing to do with hood. You don't leave the the space of minutes both. It means that the you can think of it as the the the specificity of our actions has been lessened. So now there is more you have more range of decision right once your but your because there are thirty nine categories of creative labor that we refrain from engaging in on Shabbat on the Sabbath the range of activities that you can engage in is circumscribed, right but those very things that we've per bid are precisely the things that we needed to do in order to build the mishkan order to build the Tabernacle..

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