Shemot: Chapter 44

"Come, let us deal wisely with them"


"Come and let us deal wisely with them," we learn, refers to the ministering angels that agreed in their judgment against the supernal children of Yisrael. Rabbi Yitzchak compares them to thorns and thistles continually stinging Yisrael so that they would not multiply and grow stronger.


All judgments are banished from this earthly plane. Pain and suffering are vanquished from our reality. As a rose is lifted out from the thorns, all the world elevates out of the judgment and hurt that has tormented mankind throughout the ages. All that remains is the sweet fragrance of a supernal rose, and the reality of Heaven on Earth.