We think in language, which means that our language helps us form our thoughts. Thoughts lead to actions, actions lead to habits, and our habits become our life. Therefore, to change someone’s language is to redirect their entire life. Therefore, to understand G-d we must understand Torah in its original language to think like G-d? Thoughts?
Language is Understanding
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