Genesis 2

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1 Təməwit ta da as əkkəsawan jənnawan əd ṃədlan d arat kul wa tan ihan.

2 Əzəl wa n əṣṣa əššəɣəl wa iga Məššina kul ikkisaw, təzzar iɣrad-tu daɣ-as.

3 Iga Məššina albaraka-nnet fəl əzəl wa n əṣṣa, izzəzwar-tu fəlas əzəl wa da ad daɣ iɣrad əššəɣəl n əxluk kul wa iga.

4 Ələsəl wa n jənnawan d aṃadal ənta da as d-ətawaxlakan. As d-iga Əməli Məššina aṃadal əd jənnawan

5 wər tu təlla təfsəq waliyyat za wər ig̣med yel harwa fəl aṃadal. Fəlas Əməli Məššina wər d-issofay akonak fəl aṃadal, amaran ənta da wər t-illa awedan waliyyan igyakan aṃadal.

6 Təzzar təg̣mad-du šaṭ n aṃan aṃadal, təssəbdag tesayt n aṃadal.

7 Ixlak-du Əməli Məššina aggadəm daɣ əg̣odrar n aṃadal issəwad daɣ šinjar-net iṇfas wa n təməddurt, təzzar iqqal aggadəm taxlək əhan ṃan.

8 Dəffər a di ig'Əməli Məššina əgoras daɣ akal n Edan fəl aganna wa n dənnəg issənṣa daɣ-as aggadəm wa dd-ixlak da.

9 Əməli Məššina issədwal-du daɣ aṃadal irawan n eškan kul əhossaynen as əzodan aratan-nasan əs taṭṭay, issədwal-du ənta da ašək wa n təməddurt daɣ aṃṃas n əgoras, d ašək wa n maṣnat n a wa olaɣan d iba-nnet.

10 Ig̣mad-d'agarew akal wa n Edan fəl ad-aššašəw əgoras. Den da ad-imməzzay agarew iqqal əkkoz ḍaran.

11 Aḍar w'azzaran eṣəm-net Fišon, ənta a dd-iɣlayan akal kul wa n Hawila, akal wa iha urəɣ,

12 urəɣ iṃosan wa iqqətasan. Akal wen ətawagrawan daɣ-as aḍutan əzodnen əlanen ələsəl as itawaṇṇu Bədola, tolas əhanat-tu təhun əntanatay da əlanen ələsəl as itawaṇṇu Šoham.

13 Eṣəm n aḍar wa n əššin Gihon, ənta a dd-iɣlayan akal wa n Kuš ket-net.

14 Eṣəm n aḍar wa n karad Hiddekəl, ənta a dd-ingayan daɣ dənnəg n akal n Aššur. Aḍar wa n əkkoz eṣəm-net Fərat.

15 Idkal Əməli Məššina aggadəm, ig-ay daɣ əgoras wa n Edan fəl a dər-əs annaṭṭaf, iṣṣən daɣ-as.

16 Təzzar ig'Əməli Məššina y aggadəm tarɣəmt təṃosat as das iṇṇa: «Təle turagat ən taṭṭay n aratan n eškan kul win n əgoras.

17 Mišan ad-wər-tatša aratan n ašək wa n maṣnat n a wa olaɣan d iba-nnet, fəlas as tan-tətšeɣ illikan as a kay iba.»

18 Iṇṇa Əməli Məššina: «Wər oleɣ ad iṃos aggadəm ɣas-net ad-as-aga tadhəlt a dər inihagga.»

19 Ixlak-du Əməli Məššina daɣ aṃadal imudaran kul win ozalnen fəl aṃadal əd g̣ədad kul. Iwat-tan-du s aggadəm ad-inəy Əməli Məššina ma əṃosan əṣmawan win dasan z-agu. Təzzar iqqal as iṣmawan win ig'aggadəm i mudaran, əntanay a tan əwarnen.

20 Ig'aggadəm iṣmawan i hərwan əd g̣ədad əd wəxsan kul, mišan wər ɣur-əs ig'as, ənta aggadəm, igraw tadhəlt a dər inihagga.

21 Təzzar isaṭṭarmas-tu Əməli Məššina iket an eṭəs. Daɣ amazay wa d inṣa da ikkas-du iyyan daɣ ɣərdəššan-net issoɣal iṣan n alam təməwit-nasan.

22 Ixlak-du Əməli Məššina tanṭut daɣ əɣərdes wa dd-ikkas daɣ aggadəm da, eway-tat-du sər-əs.

23 Təzzar iṇṇa aggadəm: «Ənta da ta təṃosat eɣas ən ɣasan-in elam n alam-in. Ənt'as z-itawaṇṇu tanṭut fəl-as aləs a daɣ du-tətawakkas.»

24 A di da a fəlas aləs ad-ifəl ehan ən šis əd ṃas, irtəy əd tənṭut-net, əqqəlan elam iyyanda.

25 Aləs əd tənṭut ket-nasan əxizamzaman, eges wər tan tətibəz takarakit.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 2      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 73. When from being dead a man has become spiritual, then from spiritual he becomes celestial, as is now treated of (verse 1).

AC 74. The celestial man is the seventh day, on which the Lord rests (verses 2, 3).

AC 75. His knowledge and his rationality (scientificum et rationale ejus) are described by the shrub and the herb out of the ground watered by the mist (verses 5, 6).

AC 76. His life is described by the breathing into him of the breath of lives (verse 7).

AC 77. Afterwards his intelligence is described by the garden in Eden, in the east; in which the trees pleasant to the sight are perceptions of truth, and the trees good for food are perceptions of good. Love is meant by the tree of lives, faith by the tree of knowledge (scientiae) (verses 8, 9).

AC 78. Wisdom is meant by the river in the garden. From thence were four rivers, the first of which is good and truth; the second is the knowledge (cognitio) of all things of good and truth, or of love and faith. These are of the internal man. The third is reason, and the fourth is memory-knowledge (scientia), which are of the external man. All are from wisdom, and this is from love and faith in the Lord (verses 10-14).

AC 79. The celestial man is such a garden. But as the garden is the Lord‘s, it is permitted this man to enjoy all these things, and yet not to possess them as his own (verse 15).

AC 80. He is also permitted to acquire a knowledge of what is good and true by means of every perception from the Lord, but he must not do so from himself and the world, nor search into the mysteries of faith by means of the things of sense and of memory-knowledge (sensualia et scientifica); which would cause the death of his celestial nature (verses 16, 17).

AC 131. The posterity of the Most Ancient Church, which inclined to their Own, is here treated of.

AC 132. Since man is such as not to be content to be led by the Lord, but desires to be led also by himself and the world, or by his Own, therefore the Own which was granted him is here treated of (verse 18).

AC 133. And first it is given him to know the affections of good and the knowledges of truth with which he is endowed by the Lord; but still he inclines to his Own (verses 19, 20).

AC 134. Wherefore he is let into a state of his Own, and an Own is given him, which is described by the rib built into a woman (verses 21 to 23).

AC 135. Celestial and spiritual life are adjoined to the man’s Own, so that they appear as a one (verse 24).

AC 136. And innocence from the Lord is insinuated into this Own, so that it still might not be unacceptable (verse 25).

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