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For decades, Mr. and Ms. Gates have been powerful forces on the world stage, their vast charitable contributions affording them access to the highest levels of government, business and the nonprofit sector. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with an endowment of some $50 billion, has had immense influence in fields like global health and early-childhood education, and has made great strides in reducing deaths caused by malaria and other infectious diseases. Over the past year, the couple have been especially visible, regularly commenting on the worldwide fight against Covid-19 as their foundation spent more than $1 billion to combat the pandemic.

“After a great deal of thought and a lot of work on our relationship, we have made the decision to end our marriage,” Mr. and Ms. Gates said in a statement that was posted to Twitter.

They went on to say that they had “built a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive lives” and that they “continue to share a belief in that mission,” but they “no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives.”

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“The Gates Foundation is the most important and influential philanthropic entity in the world today,” said Rob Reich, a professor of political science at Stanford University. “The divorce may have huge repercussions for the foundation and for its work across the globe.”

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Honey in the Scriptures

Land of Milk and Honey. The Torah  describes the Land of Israel as “flowing with milk and [date] honey,”1 and a verse in our Grace after Meals praises Israel’s “Seven Species” of fruit and grain, including, last but not least, honey.

Indeed, the Rebbe notes that honey is truly the culmination of all the species preceding it. Date trees take a long time to grow, symbolizing the effort we must make during exile, while the sweet honey symbolizes the spiritual fruits that we will enjoy in the messianic era as a result of
that effort.2

Heavenly taste. The heavenly manna that sustained the Jews for 40 years in the desert
 was like “a pastry fried in honey” (although the miraculous manna could also taste like
whatever one imagined). 3

Samson‘s riddle. Several centuries later, the mighty Samson bare-handedly killed a lion
 that was about to attack him. When he later returned to that spot, he found “a swarm of
bees in its belly, complete with their honey.” Samson then posed this riddle to a group of
 his friends: “From the devourer came forth food; and from the strong came out sweet
ness.”4

This inspiring idea—that even the negative can produce positive—may help explain the
Rabbinic preference for bees’ honey over the Biblical date honey,5 as we will discuss furt
her.6

 

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On 15 April, Hydrostor announced receipt of nearly US$4 million in funding from Natural Resources Canada’s Energy Innovation Program and Sustainable Development Technology to develop a 300-500 megawatt (MW) Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) facility. An A-CAES facility uses renewable energy or excess grid energy to compress air that is then funneled into underground caverns, displacing water and creating storage capacity. This process creates heat that is captured and stored to reheat the compressed air when energy demand exceeds supply.

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Honey in Jewish Life

Good vs. sweet. Our age-old High Holiday custom to dip an apple7 in honey conveys
our Rosh wish of SWEET YEAR+

“Good” per se can remain on a lofty spiritual level, so we add the adjective “sweet”—we
should actually merit to enjoy tangible good, as real as the physical honey we eat with
the apple. Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson explains this on a Kabbalistic level: “Tova” 
(good) refers to the esoteric divine attribute of kindness, while “mesukah” (sweet) also
transforms and sweetens the sublime “severities.”8

Honey’s unique qualities. Why do we use honey rather than sugar for the apple-
dipping custom? Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi explains: Honey both absorbs and
preserves its contents.910 11 Kabbalistically, the supernal “severities” help channel the
infinite spiritual energies, so they will be “preserved” and can descend to the lower
spheres (as opposed to dissipating on a lofty plane). This concept is known as
“severities within kindness.” We thus pray that the severities, too, be transformed to
good.12

Raw = life. Some traditions prefer using raw honeycomb, as the Hebrew word for “raw”
is “chai,” which is also translated as “life,” and our Rosh Hashanah wish is to be
inscribed in the Book of Life.13

Beyond the apple. In addition to the apple, we also dip the Rosh Hashanah challah in
honey. Some continue this tradition throughout all the Tishrei festivals until Hoshanah
Rabbah
, which concludes the “Days of Judgment.”

To bee or not to bee? Rabbi Yosef ben Moshe explains why bees’ honey (versus date
honey) is used for this custom: Bees have a sting within them, yet their product is sweet.
 We are hoping that G‑d’s attribute of judgment will be tempered by His attribute of
mercy, producing a sweeter result. 14

Honey in Jewish Law

Why is honey kosher? According to halachah, a derivative of an impure animal is
considered impure, so the obvious question arises: How can kosher honey be produced
by the non-kosher bee?15

Well, honey is actually not produced by a bee’s body. The busy bees transfer the floral
nectar through their mouths only as temporary “storage”16 until the sugar levels reach
80 percent, and then they store it in the honeycomb. Bees’ honey indeed represents a unique kashrut phenomenon!

Pastry vs. bread. The Mishnah17 rules that pastry fried in honey (or dough kneaded
with honey) does not qualify as halachic “bread,”18 and is thus exempt from the
obligation to separate “ challah.“19

The blessing. As a food that doesn’t grow from the earth or from a tree, the generic 
Shehakol20 blessing is recited before eating honey.21 Mead whiskey made from
fermented honey has the same blessing.

Maimonides‘ health tip. Maimonides seems to be the first in the medical field to
caution young children against eating honey, a common health tip for contemporary
mothers. 22

Helpful honey. Our sages say that “honey and sweets help restore one’s vision.” 23 
The Talmud lists various “aids” for memory, and later commentaries add:
“Honey, too, makes one wise.”24

Messages in the Honey

We can derive many life lessons from honey. Here is a sweet sampling:

The sweet-and-sour balance. The Torah restricts what can be offered on the altar: “Do not offer any leavening25 or sweet fruits26 as a fire-offering to G‑d.”27 Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch explains this homiletically: Always being sour—or, conversely, being too sweet—is not an acceptable form of service in Judaism. 28

Too much of a good thing. In PsalmsKing David praises G‑d’s Torah: “Sweet to my palate is Your word, more than honey!” 29 The Eretz HaChaim explains: Proverbs30 cautions us against indulging in too much honey, while “Torah is always satisfying.”31

Selfless bees. The Midrash states, “Just as the bee stores everything it produces for its owner, so do we, the people of Israel, save our mitzvahs for our Father in Heaven.” 32 The commentaries elaborate: Bees cannot consume all the honey that they gather, but they produce it for the owner of the hive. Similarly, Jewish people keep mitzvahs for the sake of heaven, without personal ulterior motives.

Sweetness and stingers. The Lubavitcher Rebbe comments: The bee both stings and produces honey.33 A person’s character, too, is comprised of two extremes, the attribute of kindness (in Kabbalah, the “right side”) and the attribute of severity (the “left side”). The Torah teaches us to “use the right side to attract and draw near, and the left to push away.”34 A bee’s primary function is to produce honey, yet its stinger is a defense to protect its treasure. So, too, our main focus is to “do good,”35 i.e. the positive commandments; secondarily, “abstaining from bad,”36 i.e. the negative commandments, helps protect and safeguard the former. Ideally, we try to combine and incorporate the “left” with the “right.”37

The sweetness of Torah. In King Solomon’s allegorical “Song of Songs,” the verse “Honey and milk under your tongue”38 is interpreted to mean that words of Torah—specifically the inner secrets of Kabbalah—are sweeter than honey. 39 We thus eat milk and honey products on the Shavuot holiday, when we celebrate the Giving of the Torah.40

Two ways to learn. Rabbi Tzvi Farber makes an interesting observation: Bees produce honey by flying many miles to collect nectar from flowers, while milk comes straight from the cow. Similarly, one learns Torah in two ways:

  • One should gather insights from others, learning from diverse teachers;
  • One can also be creative and original, developing his own Torah insights. 41

Additional Customs

Begging for honey cake. On the eve of Yom Kippur, the sexton or rabbi distributes honey cake to the congregation for a sweet year. It is customary to “beg” for a piece, as we hope that this will be the last time we‘ll have to beg, and that we’ll be self-sufficient and independent in the upcoming year.

More apple in honey. Later in the festive Tishrei month, on the day of Hoshanah Rabbah (the last day of Sukkot), many recite Psalms all night, fervently praying for a sweet year. In 1984, the Rebbe revived the custom of concluding the recital of Psalms with an apple dipped in honey.

A sweet tooth. When a three-year-old child starts learning Torah in cheder (school) for the first time, it is customary42 to place a little honey on the letters of the alef-bet, which the child then licks happily, so the child learns to associate Torah with delight and good taste.43 The chassidic master Rabbi Mendel of Kotzk would expound the verse “Do not offer any leavening or sweet fruits as a fire-offering to G‑d”: The Hebrew word for “do not” is “lo,” which, with a slightly different spelling, can mean “for him.” He used this as a Biblical source for the various sweet treats brought for “him”—the child—during his cheder introduction.

This year, when you’re dipping your apple into honey, you’ll have a taste of its significance. May you have a good, sweet new year!

 
 
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1.

Deuteronomy 31:20, one of many similar Torah phrases.

4.

Judges 14.

5.

An important difference between the two honeys, of course, is the blessing we recite over them. The blessing over dates is “Borei Pri Ha’Etz,” whereas the blessing for bees’ honey is “Shehakol.”

6.

The Biblical word “devash” actually refers to date palm honey, while honey in Rabbinic literature is usually bees’ honey.

7.

See Why an Apple in Honey? as to why the apple is specifically used.

8.

Likkutei Levi Yitzchak, Igrot, p. 311.

9.

See Tur and Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh De’ah, sec. 81. Also see Rashba (Responsa, sec. 80) and Rabbeinu Yonah (cited in Rosh to Brachot, ch. 6) for differing views regarding these two opposing qualities in a halachic query.

10.

The Talmud (Bava Batra 3b) relates that King Herod preserved a girl’s corpse for 7 years in honey.

11.

Additionally, honey is one of the seven liquids that cause susceptibility to impurity, although that is more applicable to Temple times than it is today. See Mishnah, Machshirin 6:4.

12.

Torah Ohr, Shemot, p. 212.

13.

Hagahot Ashri (14th century) glosses on the Rosh. Those who subscribe to this custom may want to take precaution not to consume beeswax along with the raw honey; there are contemporary halachic opinions who prohibit consumption of beeswax, based on their findings as to how it is produced by the impure bee, more so than honey (see Tzfunot journal, vol. 15, p. 48). However, the overwhelming majority deem it allowed (see Halichos Shlomo, Tishrei, ch. 1, fn. 76). See also Shulchan Aruch HaRav, Orech Chaim 467:15, which discusses eating and drinking raw honey that had been mixed with its wax, without noting any concern about not being allowed to consume the wax.

14.

Leket Yosher (14th century).

15.

Babylonian Talmud, Brachot 7b.

16.

See Brachot ibid. and Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Maachalot Asurot 3:3.

17.

Challah 1:4.

18.

See our Blessings on Food Guide for the definition of halachic bread.

20.

See our Blessings on Food Guide for this blessing.

21.

It is also kosher for Passover, provided no leavened ingredients were included in the process. See Is Honey Kosher for Passover?. Some kashrut agencies do, indeed, require certification for Passover use.

22.

Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Deot 4:12.

23.

Yoma 83b. See also the story of King Saul’s son Jonathan (I Samuel, ch. 14), whose eyes lit up when he chanced on honey in the field. (Parenthetically, the commentaries there disagree on the definition of the wording in verse 25: Radak maintains the “oozing of nectar” described in the passage was bees’ honey flowing from the honeycombs, whereas Rashi maintains it was nectar from sugar cane, a position he similarly holds in defining Song of Songs 5:1.)

24.

Horayot 13b.

25.

Certain offerings, such as a Korban Todah, have leavened ingredients. But as a whole, leavenings themselves are not offered.

26.

In the Hebrew original, the word “devash” (honey) is used. However, the Torah commentaries concur that this refers to “sweet fruits.” Yet we include it here, as the lesson can obviously be derived from honey as well.

28.

Sefer HaSichot 5704, p. 151.

29.

119:103. See 19:11 ad loc., where the pleasure of Torah is described as “sweeter than honey from the honey combs.”

30.

25:16.

31.

Ibid. 5:19.

32.

Midrash Rabbah, Devarim 1:6.

33.

In another context, Oznayim L’Torah on Deuteronomy 1:44elaborates how the actions of those who desired to prematurely possess the Land of Israel were similar to those of bees (“as the bees would do”). See there at length.

34.

Sotah 47a.

36.

Ibid.

37.

In an early journal entry, Reshimot, no. 132.

38.

4:11.

39.

Chagiga 13a.

40.

Dairy products are most familiar, but there are also Shavuot honey specialties. See Nitei Gavriel, Shavuot, p. 110.

41.

Cited in Yalkut Divrei Asaf (19th century).

43.

Machzor Vitri and others.

 
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