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  • Jacob Ecker
    This group is open to all, including occasional participation. Lesson 55 will be due on Monday Sept 04, 2006. Please mail to jacob@ecker.com Mon Sep 04, 2006
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      This group is open to all, including occasional participation.
      Lesson 55 will be due on Monday Sept 04, 2006.
      Please mail to jacob@...

      Mon Sep 04, 2006 chapter 55
      Mon Sep 11, 2006 chapter 56
      Mon Sep 18, 2006 chapter 57
      Mon Sep 25, 2006 Rosh HaShannah
      Mon Oct 02, 2006 Yom Kippur
      Mon Oct 09, 2006 chapter 58
      Mon Oct 16, 2006 chapter 59
      Mon Oct 23, 2006 chapter 60
      Mon Oct 30, 2006 chapter 61

      Jacob Ecker

      DD - Dana
      DR - Dody
      JE - Jacob
      SD - Shekadia
      ========
      54 01 DD The Righteous Man and the Guest.
      54 01 DR The Tzadik and the Guest
      54 01 JE The righteous person and the guest.
      54 01 SD The Righteous Man and the Guest
      ========
      54 02 DD In one city lived a righteous man.
      54 02 DR In a certain city there lived a tzadik.
      54 02 JE In one city lived a righteous man.
      54 02 SD In a certain city lives a righteous man.
      ========
      54 03 DD This righteous man used to help every man that was found in
      trouble.
      54 03 DR This tzadik was helpful to every man who found himself in sorrow.
      54 03 JE That righteous man helped everyone who happened to have a problem.
      54 03 SD This righteous man used to help every man who was in trouble.
      ========
      54 04 DD His house was open to the poor wanderers.
      54 04 DR His house was open to poor wanderers.
      54 04 JE His house was open to poor travelers.
      54 04 SD His home was open to the wandering poor [PC correction:
      “economically challenged” ;-)].
      ========
      54 05 DD On every Friday night he used to invite a poor guest for a Sabbath
      meal.
      54 05 DR Every Erev Shabbat he would invite a poor guest to a Shabbat meal.
      54 05 JE Every Sabbath night he would invite a poor guest to a Sabbath
      feast.
      54 05 SD Every erev Shabbat he would invite a destitute guest to the Sabbath
      meal.
      ========
      54 06 DD He would feed him, from all the best, lavishingly, and he would
      delight him with his pleasant words.
      54 06 DR He would feed him with everything good like a king.
      54 06 JE He was <<food>> to him with all good, xxx the king, and was made
      pleasant to him with his blessing pleasant.
      54 06 SD He would feed his guest with all the finest, as if for a king, and
      would make him comfortable with pleasant words.
      ========
      54 07 DD One Friday night after the prayer, the righteous man invited a poor
      man to the Sabbath meal.
      54 07 DR One Erev Shabbat after the prayer, the tzadek invited a poor man
      for a Shabbat meal.
      54 07 JE One Shabbat night after the prayer, the righteous man invited a
      poor man to Sabbath dinner.
      54 07 SD One erev Shabbat after prayers, the righteous man invited a poor
      man to the Sabbath meal.
      ========
      54 08 DD When the guest entered the house, the righteous man's wife went out
      towards him from the kitchen, and received him joyfully.
      54 08 DR When the guest entered the house, the wife of the tzadek came out
      from the kitchen to meet him and receive him in happiness.
      54 08 JE When the guest entered the house, the wife of the righteous man
      went out to him from the kitchen and received him joyously.
      54 08 SD When the guest entered the house, the righteous man’s wife would
      come out from the kitchen to visit with (call upon?) him, and receive him
      with joy.
      ========
      54 09 DD The house was clean and full of light.
      54 09 DR The house was clean and full of light.
      54 09 JE The house was clean and full of light.
      54 09 SD The house was clean and full of light.
      ========
      54 10 DD Upon the table was a white tablecloth like snow.
      54 10 DR Upon the table there was a table cloth as white as snow.
      54 10 JE On the table was a tablecloth as white as snow.
      54 10 SD Upon the table was a tablecloth, white as snow.
      ========
      54 11 DD Upon the tablecloth stood burning candles, a bottle of red wine,
      and two hallahs.
      54 11 DR Upon the table cloth stood tall candles, a bottle of red wine, and
      two challahs.
      54 11 JE On the tablecloth stood burning candles, a bottle of red wine and
      two challahs.
      54 11 SD On the tablecloth stood burning candles, a bottle of red wine and
      two hallah loaves.
      ========
      54 12 DD The poor man stood with examining (inquiring) eyes upon every
      single thing that was found in the house, and he said to himself. How good
      and how pleasant to be on a Sabbath in a house such as this.
      54 12 DR The poor (man) looked with teary eyes upon all the many things
      which were found in the house and said to himself: “How good and how
      pleasant to be in a home like this on Shabbat.
      54 12 JE The poor man looked at all xxx xxx that was found in the house, and
      said to himself: “How good and how pleasant to be in a house such as this on
      Shabbat!
      54 12 SD The destitute guest looked around and examined everything that was
      in the house, and said to himself, “How good and how pleasant it is to be in
      this house on Shabbat!”
      ========
      54 13 DD The host blessed the wine with a clear language and with a sweet
      melody in which he emphasized every single word.
      54 13 DR The host blessed the wine.
      54 13 JE The husband sanctified the wine
      54 13 SD The host made a blessing upon the wine in an understood language
      and with a sweet melody, clearly enunciating each word.
      ========
      54 14 DD After the ceremonial blessing they sat at the table to eat.
      54 14 DR.After kiddish they sat at the table to eat.
      54 14 JE After the Kiddush they sat at the table to eat.
      54 14 SD After the kiddush, all sat at the table to eat.
      ========
      54 15 DD The host gave a blessing over the hallah.
      54 15 DR The host blessed the challahs.
      54 15 JE The husband blessed the challah.
      54 15 SD The host made a blessing upon the loaves of hallah.
      ========
      54 16 DD He took one hallah, he cut it, and he gave a piece to every one.
      54 16 DR He took one challah, tore it, and gave a piece to every one.
      54 16 JE He took one challah, cut it, and gave a piece to everyone.
      54 16 SD He took one loaf, cut it, and gave a piece to everyone.
      ========
      54 17 DD The hostess served large pieces of fish.
      54 17 DR The hostess served pieces from a large fish.
      54 17 JE The wife offered xxx big fish.
      54 17 SD The hostess served large pieces of fish.
      ========
      54 18 DD The fish was sweet and full of flavor.
      54 18 DR The fish was sweet and full of flavor.
      54 18 JE The fish was sweet and flavorful.
      54 18 SD The fish were sweet and tasty.
      ========
      54 19 DD After the fish the hostess served chicken soup and after the soup
      she served meat and all kinds of vegetables.
      54 19 DR After the fish, the hostess served chicken soup, and after the
      soup, she served meat and all types of vegetables.
      54 19 JE After the fish the husband served chicken soup, and after the soup
      he served meat and all kinds of vegetables.
      54 19 SD After the fish, the hostess served chicken soup.
      54 20 SD And after the soup, meat with all kinds of vegetables was served.
      ========
      54 20 DD The host took a glass, filled it with wine and passed it to the
      guest.
      54 20 DR The host took a glass, filled it with wine and passed it to the
      guest.
      54 20 JE The husband took a cup, filled it with wine and passed it to the
      guest.
      54 21 SD The host took a glass, filled it with wine and passed it to the
      guest.
      ========
      54 21 DD The guest grabbed the glass with a trembling hand.
      54 21 DR The guest took the glass with a trembling hand,
      54 21 JE The guest took the cup in his trembling hand.
      54 22 SD The guest grasped the glass with trembling hands.
      ========
      54 22 DD When he put it on the table, the glass fell, and the wine spilled,
      on the white tablecloth.
      54 22 DR When he placed it upon the table, the glass fell, and the wine
      spilled upon the white tablecloth.
      54 22 JE When he put it on the table, the cup fell, and wine was spilled on
      the white tablecloth.
      54 23 SD When he put it on the table, the glass spilled, and the wine was
      spilled onto the white tablecloth.
      ========
      54 23 DD The conversation near the table stopped.
      54 23 DR The conversation at the side of the table stopped.
      54 23 JE The conversation at the table stopped.
      54 24 SD The conversation at the table ceased.
      ========
      54 24 DD The guests face reddened from embarressment.
      54 24 DR The face of the guest reddened from shame.
      54 24 JE The guest’s face xxx from shame.
      54 25 SD The guest’s face reddened with shame.
      ========
      54 25 DD The guest felt that everyone was staring at him, and his face
      reddened even more.
      54 25 DR The guest felt that everyone looked at him and his face reddened
      even more.
      54 25 JE The guest felt that everyone was looking at him, and his face xxx
      even more.
      54 26 SD He felt that all were looking at him, and his face reddened
      further.
      ========
      54 26 DD When the host saw what had happened, and the guests face had
      reddened like fire, immediately he pushed at the leg of the table, and he
      dropped the bottle.
      54 26 DR When the host saw happened, and that the face of the guest reddened
      like fire, he immediately kicked the leg of the table causing the bottle to
      fall.
      54 26 JE When the husband saw what happened, and the guest’s face as red as
      fire, xxx he pushed his foot against the table, and knocked the bottle over.
      54 27 SD When the host saw what had happened, and the face of the guest
      reddened like fire, he immediately pushed the table with his foot, causing
      the bottle of wine to fall.
      ========
      54 27 DD The bottle of wine fell, and the wine spilled on the white
      tablecloth.
      54 27 DR A bottle of wine fell and the wine fell upon the white tablecloth.
      54 27 JE The bottle of wine fell and the wine spilled on the white
      tablecloth.
      54 28 SD The wine bottle fell and the wine was spilled onto the white
      tablecloth.
      ========
      54 28 DD Than the host stared under the table and exclaimed: "something is
      not ok."
      54 28 DR Then the host looked under the table and said: “Something is not
      in order.
      54 28 JE Then the husband looked under the table and said - something is not
      right.
      54 29 SD Then the host looked under the table and cried, “Something isn’t
      right.”
      ========
      54 29 DD Apparently one of the legs of the table is broken!"
      54 29 DR One of the legs of the table is broken.
      54 29 JE Apparently the table leg is broken!
      54 30 SD As you can see, one of the table’s legs is broken!
      ========
      54 30 DD Wise Saying: Know (it) that trouble will be in its time (hour?)
      (it sounds like ecclesiastes)
      54 30 DR Wise saying: Enough sorrow in its time.
      54 30 JE Wise Saying: Enough trouble in an hour (???)
      ========

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        This group is open to all, including occasional participation.
        Lesson 72 will be due on Monday Feb 26, 2007.

        Chapter 72 Mon Feb 26, 2006
        Chapter 73 Mon Mar 5, 2006
        Chapter 74 Mon Mar 12, 2006
        Chapter 75 Mon Mar 19, 2006

        Please mail to jacob@...

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        Jacob Ecker

        DD - Dana
        DR - Dody
        JE - Jacob
        NS - Neal
        SD - Shekadia
        ========
        71 01 DD The Menorah
        71 01 DR The Lamp
        71 01 JE The Menorah
        71 01 NS The Menorah
        71 01 SD The Menora
        ========
        71 02 DD Theodore (Benjaman Wolf) Hertzel was born in Budapest, in the year
        1860.
        71 02 DR Theodore (Benjamin Zev) Hertzl was born in Budapest in the year
        1860.
        71 02 JE Theodore (Benjamin Wolf) Hertzl was born in Budapest in the year
        1860 (One thousand eight hundred and sixty).
        71 02 NS Theodore (Binyamin Ze’ev) Herzl was born in Budapest in 1860.
        71 02 SD Theodor (Binyamin Ze'ev) Herzl was born in Budapest in 1860.
        ========
        71 03 DD He studied in a Hebrew school until he had his "Bar Mitzva."
        71 03 DR He studied in Hebrew School until he became a bar mitzvah.
        71 03 JE He studied in an Hebrew school until he was (ready?) for a
        “Bar-Mitzvah”
        71 03 NS He studied in a Hebrew school until he became bar mitzvah.
        71 03 SD He attended Hebrew school up until the time he became a "bar
        mitzvah."
        ========
        71 04 DD After the "Bar Mitzva" he studied in the high school, and he did
        not continue with his Jewish studies.
        71 04 DR After the bar mitzvah, he studied in high school and did not
        continue to study Judaiam.
        71 04 JE After the “Bar-Mitzvah” he studied in the gymnasium and did not
        continue in Jewish studies.
        71 04 NS After the bar mitzvah he studied in high school, and he didn’t
        continue Jewish studies.
        71 04 SD After the bar-mitzvah, he went to a public high school and didn't
        continue with Judaica studies.
        ========
        71 05 DD In the year 1878 Hertzel entered the University of Vienna to learn
        Law:(jurisprudence).
        71 05 DR In the year 1878 Hertzl entered the University of Viena to study
        law.
        71 05 JE In the year 1878 (One thousand eight hundred years seventy and
        eight) Hertzl entered the University of Vienna to study law.
        71 05 NS In the year 1878 Herzl entered the University of Vienna to study
        law.
        71 05 SD In 1978 Herzle entered the University of Vienna to study law.
        ========
        71 06 DD When he finished his studies he wanted to be a judge.
        71 06 DR When he finished his studies, he wanted to become a judge.
        71 06 JE When he finished his studies he wanted to be a judge.
        71 06 NS When he completed his studies, he wanted to become a judge.
        71 06 SD Upon finishing his studies, Herzle wanted to become a judge.
        ========
        71 07 DD But at that time the antisemitism in Austria was great, and because
        of this Hertzel had not succeeded to receive a post of judge.
        71 07 DR But at that time anti-semitism in Austria was great and because of
        this, Hertzl could not receive a post as a judge.
        71 07 JE But fear of antisemitism in Austria was great and because of this
        Hertzl didn’t receive a position as a judge.
        71 07 NS But at that time anti-Semitism in Austria was great, and because of
        this Herzl wasn’t successful in receiving a position of judge.
        71 07 SD However, antisemitism in Austria was strong at that time, and
        because of this Herzl didn't succeed in acquiring a position as a judge.
        ========
        71 08 DD So than he turned to journalism.
        71 08 DR Then he turned to journalism.
        71 08 JE Then he turned to journalism.
        71 08 NS Then he turned to journalism.
        71 08 SD He then turned to journalism.
        ========
        71 09 DD During, (at the time) of the Trial of Dreyfus in the year 1894
        Hertzel was the Correspondent of an important Austrian newspaper.
        71 09 DR At the time of the trial of Dreyfus 1894, Hertzl was the
        correspondent of an important Austrian newspaper.
        71 09 JE At the time of the Dryfuss tria in 1894 (thousand eight hundred
        ninety and four) Hertzl was the writer for an Austrian newspaper (thought??)
        71 09 NS At the time of the Dreyfus Trial (Dreyfus Affair) in the year 1894
        Herzl was the correspondent of an important Austrian newspaper.
        71 09 SD At the time of the Dreyfuss trial, in 1894, Herzle was a news
        correspondent for a major (important) Austrian newspaper.
        ========
        71 10 DD This trial left a strong impression upon him and brought about a
        change in his foundational belief.
        71 10 DR This trial left him with a great impression and caused a change in
        his thinking.
        71 10 JE The trial left a strong impression on him and brought about a basic
        change in his opinion.
        71 10 NS This trial left a strong impression on him, and it caused a change
        in the foundation of his opinions.
        71 10 SD That affair left a strong impresssion on him and caused a
        fundamental change in his views.
        ========
        71 11 DD He now saw the great danger towards Jews from antisemitism.
        71 11 DR He now saw the great danger to the Jews of anit-semitism.
        71 11 JE He saw from now the great danger to Jews from antisemitism.
        71 11 NS He saw from now on the great danger for the Jews from
        anti-Semitism.
        71 11 SD He saw that the antisemitism of the time was a great danger to the
        Jews.
        ========
        71 12 DD He understood that assimilation will not solve this problem.
        71 12 DR He believed that assimilation would not solve this problem.
        71 12 JE He understood that assimilation would not solve the that problem.
        71 12 NS He understood that assimilation would not solve this problem.
        71 12 SD He perceived that assimilation would not solve the problem.
        ========
        71 13 DD The Jewish nation will not be able to defend themselves from before
        their many enemies that are surrounding them unless they have a Land of
        their own.
        71 13 DR The nation of Israel could not stand up against the many enemies
        surrounding it unless it had a land of its own.
        71 13 JE The Jewish people won’t be able to protect themselves from many
        enemies around them xxx they would have their own land.
        71 13 NS The Jewish people would not be able to defend themselves from the
        many surrounding enemies unless they were to have a land of their own.
        71 13 SD The Jewish people was unable to defend itself from the many enemies
        surrounding it unless there were a country of its own.
        ========
        71 14 DD Hertzel decided that the only solution to the antisemite problem is
        the return to Zion; and so the idea was born of political Zionism.
        71 14 DR Hertzl decided that the sole solution to anti-Semitism was a return
        to Zion; and so was born the idea of political Zionism.
        71 14 JE Hertzl decided that the only solution to the anti-semitism problem
        was to return to zion: and so the idea of a zionist state was born.
        71 14 NS Herzl decided that the only solution to the problem of
        anti-Semitism was a return to Zion; and so was born the idea of political
        Zionism.
        71 14 SD Herzl decided that the only solution to the problem of antisemitism
        was a return to Zion; and thus the idea of national Zionism was born.
        ========
        71 15 DD In Hertzels house they used to not celebrate Israel holidays.
        71 15 DR In the home of Hertzl they did not celebrate the holidays of
        Israel.
        71 15 JE In Hertzl’s house there were no celebrations of the Israeli
        holidays.
        71 15 NS In Herzl’s house there was no celebration of the holidays of
        Israel.
        71 15 SD In Herzl's home, the festivals of Israel were not celebrated.
        ========
        71 16 DD Now Hertzel decided to bring into his home a Jewish atmosphere, and
        to celebrate the holidays.
        71 16 DR Now Hertzl decided to bring to his home an atmosphere of Judaism
        and to celebrate the holidays.
        71 16 JE Now Hertzl decided to bring a Jewish atmosphere into the house and
        to celebrate the holidays.
        71 16 NS Now Herzl decided to bring into the house a Jewish atmosphere and
        to celebrate the holidays.
        71 16 SD Herzl decided then to create a Jewish atmosphere at home and to
        celebrate the festivals.
        ========
        71 17 DD The Hanukkah holiday drew near.
        71 17 Dr The holiday of Hanukah was coming.
        71 17 JE The nearest holiday was cHannukah.
        71 17 NS The holiday of Chanukah was drawing near.
        71 17 SD The festival of Hanukka was approaching.
        ========
        71 18 DD Hertzel bought a menorah
        71 18 DR Hertzl bought a menorah.
        71 18 JE Hertzl bought a menorah.
        71 18 NS Herzl bought a menorah.
        71 18 SD Herzl bought a menorah (chanukkiah).
        ========
        71 19 DD With that menorah he saw a symbol and example for the people of
        Israel.
        71 19 DR In the menorah he sees a symbol and an example for the people of
        Israel.
        71 19 JE In the menorah he saw a symbol and an example to the people of
        Israel.
        71 19 NS In the menorah he saw a symbol and example for the people of
        Israel.
        71 19 SD He saw in the menorah a symbol and embodiment of the people of
        Israel.
        ========
        71 20 DD The menorah was similar in the eyes to a tree possessing many
        branches.
        71 20 DR In his eyes the menorah was similar to a tree with many branches
        .
        71 20 JE The menorah was in his eyes like a tree with many branches.
        71 20 NS The menorah was similar, in his eyes, to a tree on which were many
        branches.
        71 20 SD The menorah was, in his eyes, like a tree with many branches.
        ========
        71 21 DD The trunk is all of the people, and the branches are the
        generations in the history of the people.
        71 21 DR The trunk was like an entire nation, and the branches were the
        generations in the historical development of the people.
        71 21 JE The trunk was all of his people, and the branches were the
        generations of the descendents of the people.
        71 21 NS The trunk was the people, all of them, and the branches were the
        generations in the history of the people.
        71 21 SD The trunk was the entire people, and the tranches were the
        generations in the history of the people.
        ========
        71 22 DD The first night of the holiday arrived.
        71 22 DR The first night of the holiday arrived.
        71 22 JE The first night of the holiday arrived.
        71 22 NS The first night of the holiday arrived.
        71 22 SD The first night of the holiday arrived.
        ========
        71 23 DD Hertzel lit the first candle.
        71 23 DR Hertzel lit the fist candle.
        71 23 JE Hertzl lit the first candle.
        71 23 NS Herzl lit the first candle.
        71 23 SD Herzl lit the first lamp.
        ========
        71 24 DD In the light of this little candle Hertzel told his children about
        the Holiday history.
        71 24 DR In the light of this little candle, Hertzl told the story to his
        children about the history of the holiday.
        71 24 JE With the light from the little candle Hertzl told his children
        about the history of the holiday.
        71 24 NS To the light of this small candle Herzl told his children about the
        history of the holiday.
        71 24 SD By the light of this small wick, Herzl told his children the
        history of the holiday.
        ========
        71 25 DD He told them about the Maccabeam wars and about their triumphs and
        about the redemption that they brought to the people of Israel.
        71 25 DR He told them about the war of the Macabbees and about their victory
        and about the redemption that came to the people of Israel.
        71 25 JE He told them about the Maccabees’ battle and about the victory, and
        about the redemption brought to the people of Israel.
        71 25 NS He told them about the wars of the Maccabees and about their
        victories and about the redemption they brought to the people of Israel.
        71 25 SD He told them about the wars of the Macabees and their victories,
        and of the redemption they brought to Israel.
        ========
        71 26 DD The children gathered around their father and they swallowed every
        single word that came out of his mouth.
        71 26 DR The children surrounded (Or turned) their father and swallowed
        every word which came from his mouth.
        71 26 JE The children circled around their father and listened to every word
        that came from his mouth.
        71 26 NS The children surrounded their father and swallowed each and every
        word that came out of his mouth.
        71 26 SD The children surrounded their father and took in every word that
        emerged from his mouth.
        ========
        71 27 DD On every night of the eight days of Hanukkah an additional candle
        was lit.
        71 27 DR Every night of the seven days of Hannukah, an additional candle was
        lit.
        71 27 JE Every night for the eight days of cHannukah he lit another candle.
        71 27 NS On each night of the eight days of Chanukah an additional candle
        was lit.
        71 27 SD Each night of the eight days of Hanukka, an additional light was
        lit.
        ========
        71 28 DD On every single night in the light of the burning candles Hertzel
        continued to tell his children of the history of the people of Israel.
        71 28 DR Every single night in the light of the burning candles, Hertzl
        continued to tell the children the history of the people of Israel.
        71 28 JE Every night the light of the candles burned, Hertzl added to the
        story to his children from the generations of the children of Israel.
        71 28 NS On each and every night to the light of the lit candles Herzl
        continued to tell to his children from the history of the people of Israel.
        71 28 SD Every night by the light of the burning lights, Herzl continued to
        tell his children about the history of the people of Israel.
        ========
        71 29 DD The burning candles were, in Hertzels eyes a symbol and
        illustration of the awakening of the nation.
        71 29 DR The lighted candles were in the eyes of Hertzl a sign and an
        example of the development of the people.
        71 29 JE The burning candles were in Hertzl’s eyes a symbol and an example
        to awaken the people.
        71 29 NS The lit candles were in the eyes of Herzl a symbol and example to
        the awakening of the people.
        71 29 SD The burning lights were, in Herzl's eyes, a symbol and example of
        the awakening of the nation.
        ========
        71 30 DD At first, one lonely candle was burning.
        71 30 DR In the beginning one lonely candle is lit.
        71 30 JE At first there was one candle burning.
        71 30 NS At first one lone candle is kindled.
        71 30 SD At first, a single lonely candle burns.
        ========
        71 31 DD In the house was still much darkness.
        71 31 DR In the house it is still very dark.
        71 31 JE In the house there was still much darkness.
        71 31 NS In the house the darkness is still great.
        71 31 SD A great deal of darkness remained in the home.
        ========
        71 32 DD Each night additional candles were being joined to it. (menorah)
        71 32 DR Every single evening an additional candle was added.
        71 32 JE Every night after night another was candle joined to it.
        71 32 NS Each and every night additional candles join themselves to it.
        71 32 SD Each night additional lights joined it.
        ========
        71 33 DD On the eighth day the house was full of light.
        71 33 DR On the eighth day the house was full of light.
        71 33 JE On the eighth day the house was full of light.
        71 33 NS On the eighth day the housed is filled with light.
        71 33 SD On the eighth night, the house was full of light.
        ========
        71 34 DD Thus Hertzel said to himself, "the Nation has been awakened."
        71 34 DR Thus described Hertzl to himself the wake up of the nation.
        71 34 JE Thus Hertzl described for himself the awakening of the people.
        71 34 NS Thus, Herzl described to himself the awakening of the people.
        71 34 SD In this manner, Herzl would single-handedly kindle (?) the
        awakening of the people.
        ========
        71 35 DD The notion of the return of Zion, penetrated at first only in the
        hearts of a few.
        71 35 DR The idea of the return to Zion pertained in the beginning only to
        the toil of a few.
        71 35 JE The idea of returning to zion penetrated at first to the heart of
        only a few.
        71 35 NS The idea of the return to Zion at first only penetrated the hearts
        of a few.
        71 35 SD The idea of the return to Zion penetrates only the hearts of a few,
        at first.
        ========
        71 36 DD To these few during this time additional people were joining them-
        precious living people for them.
        71 36 DR To these few were joined in the course of time additional people
        whose lives were precious to them.
        71 36 JE To the few Hertzl joined together with addiional people - people
        for whom the life of the nation was precious to them.
        71 36 NS To these few in the course of time additional persons attached
        themselves, persons who were the precious life of the people.
        71 36 SD To these few, over the course of time, additional people would
        join -- people to whom the life of the nation was dear.
        ========
        71 37 DD Finally the idea of Zions return captured all of the nation.
        71 37 DR Finally the idea of return to Zion was embraced by all the people.
        71 37 JE In the end, the idea of returning to zion conquered all of the
        entire nation.
        71 37 NS Finally, the idea of the return to Zion captured all the people,
        all of them.
        71 37 SD Finally, the idea of the return to Zion captured the entire nation.
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        71 38 DD Wise Saying: I have learned much from my Rabbis (teachers) and
        from my friends more than my teachers, and from my students more than all of
        them. (from the talmud)
        71 38 DR I learned much from my teachers, and from my friends I learned
        more, and from my students more than all (the others).
        71 38 JE Wise saying: Many I stood with my teacher, and after my teacher and
        my student more all of them.
        71 38 NS Wise saying: I learned much from my teachers and from my friends
        more than my teachers and from my students more than all of them. (from the
        Talmud)
        71 38 SD I have learned much from my teachers, more from my friends than
        from my teachers, and more than all from my students (from the Talmud)
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