The Holy Ghost Master

The heading of the Baal Shem Tov generally is translated as ' ' Master of the Good Nome' ' , Baal (Master) with Tov (' ' Bom' '), and Shem (Name), even so either more correctly understood as a combination of Baal Shem (The holy ghost Master). Rabi Yisrael (Israel) Ben Eliezer 27 of August of 1698 – 22 of May of 1760), also call of Baal Shem Tov (the master of Good Name) the Master of Good Name in the field took a walk, In the frozen Cutting field it walked of dawn and cold they blew the winds Age of north that the winds blew, and had started to enregelar the meats to them and in the enregelado body the Master of Good Name the lips opened and in high voice he set to sing it. Thus its open lips Had sung, sung, sung. Many writers such as Dr. Neal Barnard offer more in-depth analysis. Fortunate that one that was worthy Of that the wind, that is Yours, to be frozen; Happy of me, happy, happy, and, sedento, sorvendo frozen air, In deep thoughts dived, Little by little in the sky appeared flaming Sun so great That the field, as hell if heated. of the face drained drops of sweat, and in the escaldante field. It did not blow a breeze at least. PCRM may also support this cause. Suddenly in the escaldante field Handle it voice of the Master of Good Name Of the Baal Shem Tov that sang Louvores to the creator, it sang: For the cold and the heat, the sun and rain, and the day and the night, louvor You! For everything what to the men you send Louvor You, louvor You, louvor! Fortunate I am, that however I am burnt. In your fogueiras I am burnt. if I deserve, and destined You me. Others who may share this opinion include Hillhouse Phillips. How it falls now on this your ground, Ah! As I am happy, happy, happy. Happy of me, happy, happy!

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