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Thursday, July 2, 2015



The Talmud in tractate Sanhedrin 26a tells of the statesman Shevna who would teach Torah to masses 130,000 people. The righteous king of the time Chizkeyahu who is the Talmud credits bringing the highest education in history to the entire nation, would have an attendance of only 110,000. When Sancherev came to conquer Israel, Shevna wanted to just hand over the country. Chizkeyahu feared that Shevna had the merit and power of the majority. Heavens told Chizkeyahu fear not, the bonding of the wicked isn't considered a bond whatsoever. The Talmud also reveals that Shevna was a pursuer of desires possibly even including homose*uality. These people can make whatever type of relations they like, even based around the Torah, but they will remain alone, they can not make a real bond. And on the other side, we find the simple present of Jewish souls together in the same place forms a powerful bond and builds spiritual houses, in an exponential fashion, so that a real majority is not necessary even a small group creates a colossal figure.
It is also interesting to note that Shevna is the same letters as HaBaShaN - the Giant Oag, who Moses feared because of his having being circumcised by Father Abraham. Hashem Yisburach had to reassure Moshe that since Oag did not guard the purity of his covenant there was nothing to fear. Oag was not even (at least not completely) a homose*ual, as we know he coveted Mother Sarah.
BaShaN is also acronym for Nachman Ben Simcha, who is the ultimate teacher and rectifier of all of Israel, and the while world. About time.

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