128. HE NOW EXPLAINS MATTERS MORE FULLY. For that reason, each OF THE HAIR-TIPS has its individual way, but from one brain lobe, THE MIDDLE ONE, WHICH IS DA'AT, weighing ones emerge from the smooth rough hair in it, OF WHOM it is written, "All the paths of Hashem are mercy and truth" (Tehilim 25:10).
129. From the second brain lobe, THE LEFT ONE, WHICH IS BINAH, THE SAID wailers and moaners come out from the rough hard hairs, of which it is written, "The way of the wicked is like darkness; they know not at what they stumble" (Mishlei 4:19). What does this mean? AND HE ANSWERS, they know not, namely they do not know nor wish to know at what they stumble. Do not pronounce it, "at what (Heb. bemah) they stumble," but rather, "on Ima (Heb. be'ima) they stumble," that is, on those attached TO THE SECOND BRAIN LOBE, WHICH IS BINAH of the aspect of Ima. The aspect of Ima is harsh Gvurah AT THE LEFT, from her are included the wailers and moaners.
130. From the third brain lobe, from the rough hairs in the middle prosecutors come out and emerge. They are called shining countenances that are not yet shining. Of these it is written, "Make even the path of your foot" (Mishlei 4:26). Everything is in the rough hairs of the head.