HaYesod 2006 / Collation Chapter 66
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BCB Brian <>
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BCB 0 Brian Beckman
RBV 00 Regina
BCB 1 There Was a Righteous Man
RBV 01 There was a righteous man.
BCB 2 A certain righteous man was accustomed to going every Shabbat
eve to the bath to wash in honor of Shabbat.
RBV 02 One righteous man was accustomed to walk to the bathhouse
every Shabbat eve to wash himself in honor of Shabbat.
BCB 3 On a certain Shabbat eve, the righteous man went as was his way
and custom to the bath house.
RBV 03 One Shabbat eve the righteous man walked according to his
custom to the bathhouse.
BCB 4 He entered the dressing room, took his hat off his head and
hung it on the wall.
RBV 04 He entered the dressing room, took off his hat from his head
and hung it on the wall.
BCB 5 He took off his coat and shirt, took down his pants and left
them all on the bench.
RBV 05 Took off his coat and shirt, took off his pants, and he left
it all on the bench.
BCB 6 Afterwards, he went downstairs to bathe.
RBV 06 After that he went down below to wash himself.
BCB 7 When he finished, the righteous man returned upstairs to the
RBV 07 When he was finished, the righteous man returned to the
dressing room upstairs.
BCB 8 When he wanted to dress himself, he couldn't find his clothes
and his money that he put in his pants pocket.
RBV 08 When he wanted to dress he did not fid his garments and his
money which he put in the pocket of his pants.
BCB 9 "What happened to my hat that was hanging on the wall and to my
clothes that I left on the bench?"
RBV 09 What happened to my hat, which was hanging on the wall and my
clothes which I left on the bench.
BCB 10 asked the righteous man in astonishement of the clothing
RBV 10 The righteous man asked the watchman for the clothes in
BCB 11 "I didn't see anyone steal them," said the guard.
RBV 11 I did not see any one that stole them, said the watchman.
BCB 12 "Wait a moment and I will look for them."
RBV 12 Wait a minute and I will search for them.
BCB 13 The guard looked for the clothes of the righteous man in every
place and every corner, but didn't succeed in finding them.
RBV 13 The watchman searched for the garments of the righteous man in
every place and in every corner, but he was not successful in
BCB 14 He returned to the righteous man and said to him "I am very
sorry; it appears that your clothes have been stolen.
RBV 14 He returned to the righteous man and said to him: -I am very
sorry because, I did not see that your clothes were stolen.
BCB 15 But don't worry!
RBV 15 But do not worry,.
BCB 16 I assure you I will try to find the thief who stole your
clothes and money."
RBV 16 I promise you that I will strive to find the thief who stole
you clothes and your money.
BCB 17 -- "Perhaps in the mean time you have some old clothes for
RBV 17 Perhaps in the meantime you have an old garment for me.
BCB 18 Said the righteous man.
RBV 18 The righteous man said.
BCB 19 "To my great regret," answered the guard, "there aren't any
old clothes with me.
RBV 19 To my sorrow Master, answered the watchman, there aren't any
old garments near me.
BCB 20 There is, here, a clean, soft towel, and it doesn't belong to
RBV 20 There is a clean soft towel and it does not belong to any man/
BCB 21 If it you don't mind, take it and wrap yourself in it.
RBV 21 If it does not matter, take it and wrap yourself in it.
BCB 22 At first, the righteous man refused, because he was ashamed to
go outside wrapped in a towel.
RBV 22 At first the righteous man refused because he felt ashamed to
appear in the street in a towel.
BCB 23 Because there was no other way for him, he decided to take the
RBV 23 Since there was no other way for him, he took the towel.
BCB 24 To his good fortune, this thing happened in the summer.
RBV 24 To his good fortune this thing happened in the summer.
BCB 25 On that day, the weather was warm and pleasant.
RBV 25 On this day the weather was warm and pleasant.
BCB 26 He wrapped himself in the towel and went home.
RBV 26 He wrapped himself in the towel and went home.
BCB 27 When the wife saw from afar her husband strolling in the
street wrapped in a towel, the matter astonished her.
RBV 27 When the wife saw him from afar walking in the street wrapped
in a towel, the thing astonished her.
BCB 28 She ran to call him and called out in a sad voice "What
happened to you?
RBV 28 She wanted to call him and called in a sad voice.: - what
happened to you?
BCB 29 Where are your clothes?"
RBV 29 Where are your garments?
BCB 30 The righteous man answered quietly -- "It seems someone made a
mistake and took my clothes in place of his."
RBV 30 The righteous man answered quietly: - someone made an error
and took my clothes in place of his clothes.
BCB 31 "If so," answered the wife, "where are the clothes of that
RBV 31 If so, the wife asked: - where are the garments of this man?
BCB 32 The righteous man smiled and answered -- "It seem that that
man forgot to leave his clothes behind."
RBV 32 The righteous man smiled and answered: - this man forgot to
leave his clothes.
BCB 33 Wise saying: Instead of no men, try to be a man.
RBV 33 Wise saying: In a place that there are no men, strive to be a