67. "...Or be on a journey afar off" (Ibid.). This is one of the ten PLACES that have dots in the Torah. They all come to demonstrate something. What is "afar off?" THERE IS A POINT ABOVE THE HEI OF 'AFAR' (HEB. RECHOKAH). It is because a person that defiles himself is made unclean above. As soon as he is made unclean above, he is afar off, far from the place and the road to which the offspring of Yisrael are attached. He is attached to a journey afar off; he removed himself from getting close to you, Yisrael, and to connect with you as you connect. THAT IS WHY IT SAYS, "ON A JOURNEY AFAR OFF," WITH A DOT ON THE HEI OF 'AFAR,' TO INDICATE THAT THE INTENTION IS ON THE OTHER SIDE THAT IS FAR FROM HOLINESS.