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K 85. Cf. Isaac of Acre, Me'irat 'Einayim, p. ;1 "1n2 D''•flnn IK' 1x And see Be'ur le-Ferush hamfln D'nftK KMnV D';nK iT "Kt l 11'2 "l •n In lV, N' KtK Dm'r. RaMBaN, fol. 13a; Recanati, Perush 'al ha-Torah, fol. , both words equal 91. equivalence of t abtn, "lb 134 ELLIOT R. 87 When Scripture speaks of the pillar of fire that illuminated the way for the Israelites during the nighttime, it is referringto a physical manifestation of this very attribute of God and not to some symbolic correlate.
The peshat in the text, corresponding to an event in the mundane world, refers to a kabbalistic parallel, a sod, in the divine world. Here the overlapping of literal and mystical does not imply identification of the two, but only parallelism. In his commentary to Num. "3 According to Rashi's II I. , Perush, Exod. 20:3; Num. 4:20. 112. Perush, Num. 10:6; and cf. to Lev. 23:24. 113. See also Nahmanides' hassagot to the "first root" in Maimonides' Sefer ha-Miswot, 144 ELLIOT R. WOLFSON computation,"l4 the Torah commands, "That shall be your fringe, look at it and recall all the commandments of the Lord and observe them" (Num.
Cf. ibn Ezra's commentary to Exod. 23:20 (ed. Weiser, 2:162); and see Nalhmanides' commentary to Exod. 33:12. 83. Perush, Exod. 14:19 (p. 351). 84. The notion of the court of God has its origin in rabbinic 'aggadah. Cf. Genesis Rabbah 51:2 (ed. Theodor-Albeck, p. 533); Exodus Rabbah 12:4. For Nalhmanides, as other kabbalists, the reference is to the Shekhinah, the attribute of judgment. , Perush to Gen. 19:24, Exod. 13:21, Num. 15:25; Deut. 8:18. 'K 85. Cf. Isaac of Acre, Me'irat 'Einayim, p. ;1 "1n2 D''•flnn IK' 1x And see Be'ur le-Ferush hamfln D'nftK KMnV D';nK iT "Kt l 11'2 "l •n In lV, N' KtK Dm'r.