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Sefer Mishnat Haim


Petal 2 - Sefer Ha-Hhok ha-Hhadash - the Law of the Final Redemption


30 PASSES - These are 30 Tablets of 30 Gnomen each representing the Heart of the Law of the Final Redemption


TABLET 11 - 30 Passes

contents - the Faculties of the Virtues in general -


Gnomen 1 The first commandment is that of the faith in the true tradition shown and given to Israel by God Almighty. The 10 Virtues are in correlation to the 10 commandments. They represent the abstracted essence of the commandments in their most positive sense, e.g. do not murder - correction, do not commit adultery - sanctification, do not steal - renewal of the spirit. The 10 Virtues are the 10 beloved qualities, extracted from God’s commandments and rendered into a single word. Each word of the 10 Virtues represents a commandment written on the heart, for these Virtues, if they are found in a person, are written inside one’s heart and are treasured and loved by its holder.

Gnomen 2 Therefore the 10 Virtues are called Virtues of the Heart. They are as 10 faculties of love within the heart, love of faith, love of blessing, love of finding the hidden virtues of one’s heart, love of praying to God, the love to feel the presence of God’s Presence, the love of self-perfection in the spirit of self-correction, the love of being separated from that which is impure or forbidden or base or crass and thus sanctified in that which is pure, legitimate, elevated and refined, the love to feel oneself renewed in his or her spirit, the love to feel the good tastes that God has created for mankind, and the love to find the wisdom which guides one in his tracts in every aspect of one’s life; this tenth virtue is wisely called ‘keeping quiet’ which is an essential key to finding wisdom.

Gnomen 3 That the 10 Virtues are expressed by one word or by a single expression according to each language is also wisdom. Take the 10 words and learn them by heart, placing them in your heart as your foundation upon which to build all other structures within you. It is a single foundation with 10 basic elements fundamental in developing the heart loved by God, the prophesied New Heart of the Final New Pact of the Final Redemption. Be 10 sided in your approach to the virtues, for if one of them is missing or lacking, this detracts from the others and lowers them and sometimes even renders them as if they were not.

Gnomen 4 As with the 10 Commandments, one cannot say ‘I will do 9 of them, but the 10th I will not do’ for the person thus demonstrates that his motivations are not to fulfil the will of God but rather to fulfil his own preferences. He thus lowers the other 9 commandments by giving substance to his own appraisal instead of wise subservience to the will of the Lord, our God. By his contradiction he has lowered the entire security of the foundation, taking from it the completeness of the foundation desired by God. He has changed it to fit his own will, thus making his own will more important than God’s. The 10 Commandments must be taken 10 sidedly and no less, for the 10 together represent the Great Foundation of the Law of God.

Gnomen 5 So too the 10 Virtues together represent the Great Foundation of the virtuous heart loved by God. 9 of them will not suffice. For this is as the heart which is one, but if any of its essential elements is damaged or in malfunction, this causes a weakening or malfunctioning in the entire heart. Approach the virtues of the heart as one solid foundation with 10 essential elements to it that must be solidly established so as to support the Marvellous Building that will be constructed upon it. Once the foundation is solid, there is no fear for the Building constructed upon it, but if the foundation is lacking and unsteady, whatever one will build upon it may hold up for some time by chance but in the end, is sure to fall and crumble because it stands on a weak foundation that cannot hold it up.

Gnomen 6 The 10 virtues are thus the measuring-rod of all success in one’s service before God. Being complete in the 10 commandments represents the measuring-rod of success in obeying to the Law of God. There is nothing of the true tradition that is not included in it. The 10 commandments command the person in what to believe and in how to act; thus all the limbs of the body and all the faculties, including all levels of spirit and soul, are given their share in them. The 10 Virtues are the 10 commandments abstracted to the level of the virtues themselves; their level is ‘constructed’ into the inner spiritual life, in the love of God and in the fear of God, manifested in the sentiments of the heart.

Gnomen 7 The Sages, of blessed memory, explained that the Prophet Habakuk captured the essence of all the 10 Commandments (and thereby of all the 613 mitzvot of the Torah) in one single expression ‘and the just man lives in his faith’. A person who lives his life (meaning that which pertains to every aspect of his life) in his faith before God always, trying his best to have his actions, feelings and thoughts correspond to that faith, fulfils the essence of all the commandments and is considered a just man before God. This tradition is truly an amazing revelation of how the solidity of an interior foundation of truth is able to hold upon itself, without fear, the immense construction of the entire Torah.

Gnomen 8 We see, however, that the manifest will of God Almighty was to give over the Great Foundation in 10 Commandments and not in one commandment or two commandments. By adherence to the 10 Commandments one may come to reach the essence of the more abstracted and single foundation of ‘the just man who lives in his faith’ but if only that higher abstracted foundation had been revealed, the just man who lives in his faith might still be totally imperfect, lacking the 10 extended parts of the Great Foundation of the Law. From this it will be seen that the Foundation of ‘the just man lives in his faith’ is interior and elevated in level compared to the specific levels of the 10 commandments, but its correct existence cannot be ascertained until it is complete, within the framework of the 10 commandments.

Gnomen 9 On the other hand, if the fulfilment of the 10 Commandments does not bring to the true inspired and dedicated heart of the just man who lives in his faith, then such a perfunctory fulfilment of the commandments may be compared to a body without a soul or of actions done routinely without any elevated involvement of the heart. This demonstrates that what pertains to the virtues of the heart and of their being a measuring-rod to success in the service of God, must be preceded by and always accompanied by the precise fulfilment of the 10 commandments. The Great Foundation of the Virtues of the Heart have no true existence unless they are within the framework of the Great Foundation of God’s Law.

Gnomen 10 This explains why the second column of the 10 Virtues comes after the first column of the 10 Commandments. In the 30 Passes of the Triple Meditation, however, it is the third column which is dedicated to the 10 Commandments in the form of ‘the just man lives in his faith’ whereas the second column is dedicated to the Virtues of the Heart. A principle reason for this is that ‘the just man who lives in his faith’ represents a yet higher perfection in mankind, after it has already assimilated internally the principles of the 10 Commandments and the 10 Virtues of the Heart.

Gnomen 11 The faith of the just man who lives in his faith, in truth, represents a new category of perfection in mankind. Therefore the third column of Big Fish Leviathan is dedicated to expanding on the New Things prophesied for the Final Redemption. The New Perfection of the Final New Pact represents the ‘golden means’, the true ‘middle way’ searched for from time immemorial but unfound until it is given by God, at the hands of the Final Goel, in the revelation of the Final Redemption.

Gnome12 When the fulfilment of the 10 Commandments is without blemish, he may then begin to perfect his service of the heart. In the conflict Judaism-Christianity, put into over-simplistic terminology, the former’s emphasis on the fulfilment of the commandments and the lack of emphasis on the perfection of the virtues of the heart, and the latter’s emphasis of the perfection of the heart with the total lack of the basis of the commandments and the law, each one did not find the middle-way. Indeed, it was Judaism’s lack of concentration on the loved qualities of the heart that served as the principle factor of the contrast which led to the ‘necessity’ of Christianity itself. But Christianity because of its conflict with Judaism was left an orphan to the true tradition and to its binding laws.

Gnomen 13 Had they been together? Had they been together, it would have been the time of the Final Redemption! It was not and there was not enough merit to bring anything more. The third perfection is not, however, simply the sum of the two, because each of the two categories must undergo a re-measuring. Whether for the ‘nature’ of each or whether for ‘historical’ reasons, each has taken its ‘heredity’ to the extreme and must be re-dimentioned. The redimentioning is not a compromise but a displacement from an extreme to the center. This displacement, however, changes the prospective radically. With such a changed prospective in the first and in the second, together with the new generalised New Way of the Third Redemption, the new prospective of the third column arrives in truth at the Golden Means.

Gnomen 14 All the New Tablets of the New Law are being formulated in the New Prospective of the Just man lives in his faith. The first column represents the Correct Behaviour of the Just man lives in his faith. The second column represents the New Heart of the Just man lives in his faith and the third column represents the New Humble Brain of the Just man lives in his faith. The New Law is formulated only after 14 years of correcting the various perspectives of the past and bringing them to the middle-way. To live in the faith of the Just man lives in his faith, it is necessary to be complete in all 3 columns. This is the essential point to be taken from the above discussion.

Gnomen 15 Thus the 10 Virtues of the Middle Column represent 10 faculties of the Prophesied New Heart of the Final Redemption. A general view of this New Heart may be observed from the formulation of the prayer

Blessed is the Eternal God who blesses and sweetens the heart of mankind in the Last Days.

Our great new heritage is the new heart of the Final Redemption.

This is the new heart of the New Pact seen by the Prophet Jeremiah;

this is the true heart upon which the New Law is inscribed;

this is a heart of true love and true fear of God;

this is a just heart loved by God;

this is a heart of charitableness towards humanity, a wide and tolerant heart, a sincere heart that touches the heart of another;

this is a heart of wisdom, of light, of hope and of faith;

this is a good and just heart in which one may lay trust;

for in this faithful heart resides the secret of the Kingdom of Heaven;

this is a clean heart, as that of innocent children; this is a heart of the renewal of the heavens and the earth at the time of the Final Redemption;

the renewal of the heavens gives the New Humble Brain;

and the renewal of the earth gives the New Heart.

Blessed is the Eternal God who places in us and blesses the new humble brain.

Blessed is the Eternal God who has redeemed our heart.

Blessed is the Eternal God who blesses us in the blessing of the Prophet Elijah, to reconcile the hearts of fathers to their sons and the hearts of sons with their fathers.- -

Gnomen 16 Here we are then in the heart of 30 Passes, in the heart of the New Law which is the heart of Sefer Mishnat Haim which is the heart of the Final Redemption in merit of the Final Goel, Haim. The 10 Virtues are 10 Faculties of the heart which have the capacity for loving the Virtues of the heart. Faith is a Faculty of the heart which has the capacity to love the virtue of faith. The blessings which one pronounces before God become a Faculty in the heart capable of loving to be blessed and to bless. The searching in oneself for hidden virtues of the heart becomes a Faculty in the heart to search continually and to find ever deeper virtues of the heart. The prayer to God creates a Faculty in the heart to love the virtue of praying.

Gnomen 17 The proper and precise behaviour in respect and derech eretz to parents, elders and teachers and to all people in general forms the Faculty in the heart for loving the virtue of feeling close to the Presence of God. When a person lives constantly with t