7. Rabbi Elazar SUPPORTS RABBI CHIYA by saying, The "splendor (Tiferet) of Yisrael," ZEIR ANPIN, takes all THE FOUR MOCHIN, CHOCHMAH, BINAH, TIFERET, AND MALCHUT. And when the Congregation of Yisrael is drawn upward TOWARDS BINAH, it too takes them all, LIKE ZEIR ANPIN, AND COMPRISES the male world of the Holy One, blessed be He, NAMELY BINAH, and the female world of the Holy One, blessed be He, ITS OWN ASPECT. And just as all the lights are emitted from this world OF BINAH, the world OF THE NUKVA ALSO absorbs them all. For the worlds are equal, THAT IS, BINAH IS NOW EQUAL TO THE NUKVA, SINCE THE LATTER WENT UP TO CLOTHE IT, AND THE LOWER THAT ASCENDS TO THE UPPER ASSUMES ITS IMAGE. Therefore, Beer-Sheva is a Jubilee, WHICH IS BINAH, and Beer-Sheva is the Sabbatical year, WHICH IS THE NUKVA. THIS MEANS THAT THE LIGHTS OF BINAH AND THE NUKVA ARE EQUAL, AND BOTH ARE CALLED 'BEER-SHEVA.' Because this sun illuminates only from the Jubilee the scripture reads, "And Jacob went out from Beer-Sheva," WHICH IS BINAH, ALSO CALLED 'BEER-SHEVA,' "and went toward Charan," the west, which is the Sabbatical year, NAMELY, THE NUKVA.