The Team Qoheleth des Femmes [ Women], Leve Fanm Yo greet you in the name of Yeshuah and take this opportunity to introduce a new topic titled:
In the Beginning, the awakening of human curiosity.
Our basic verses are Genesis 2: 19-20 echoing Genesis 2: 17:
"19 And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto the man to see what he would call them: and whatsoever the man called every living creature, that was the name thereof. 20 And the man gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for man there was not found an help meet for him
In Genesis 1.7 we see that the woman is already there in an androgynous being made of two sexes.
In Genesis 2.17, God deliberates on the creation of the woman as the completion of the creation of the man or as the crowning of His creation.
The teaching that Gd gives is of the order of progression, of passing from one stage to another.
Human beings must first experience a time for reflection, a time for the evolution of life.
After that, Gd will pique the curiosity of humans by drawing their attention to something that eludes them so that they are on their guard.
Gd put all animals in front of humans to attest to their level of knowledge. It was also an opportunity for the man to learn to take care of himself and to know himself better.
It is Gd himself who aroused in man a taste for desires, a taste for objects of curiosity. Gd gives humans the ability to find some pretty attractive things in animals. Naming animals allows humans to discover new things that would be of interest to both men and women. God has indeed deliberated that men and women must learn at all times and at all ages of the instances of species occurring in their ecosystem.
The Team Qoheleth des Femmes [ Women], Leve Fanm Yo urges you not to be indifferent to things that are going on in your community, not to trivialize things either. Anything can be a way of gaining knowledge that can help you move forward in the Torah line. No one can live in isolation. Every person counts. We have an identity when there are other men or women who live around us. Let us invest in the pursuit of well-being through experience so that we have a balanced world, loving one another.
We must not share selfishness, recklessness.
Shalom and Shalom!