Short and Sweet

In Kabbalah, the left line is "short" at the bottom but "sweet" at the top – short and sweet.

"Short," 390 = 15 times 26. "Sweet" = 546 = 21 times 26. Each is a product of two of God's Names.

The month of Tishrei is the Jewish "honeymoon." Until the end of Sukot we dip our bread in honey.

The 3 letters of "honey," devash, stand for David Bat-Sheva whose names = 788 = "peace of home."

The Torah warns us not to overindulge when eating honey, lest we vomit it. Be short on sweets.

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