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August 22, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-22

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WHAT IS YOUR LOVE?

NEWS

Maurice Grail, M.D.

GIVE ME SOME TOKEN
OF YOUR LOVE
SOME MEASURE OF YOUR FULL
UNDERSTANDING
THAT LOVE FROM YOU TO
ME
IS THE ULTIMATE THAT MY
HEART SEEKS FOR

FOR I KNOW NO SCHEME
TO RE-ASSEMBLE THE RAGGED
EDGES OF THE BROKEN PIECES
TO ATTEMPT TO MAKE IT
WHOLE AGAIN

MY HEART IS PLEDGED SOLELY
INTO ONE DIRECTION - YOURS
I CANNOT REVERSE IT TO GO
INTO ANOTHER PATH OF LOVE
WITHOUT A HEART RENDING
DEEP DESTRUCTIVE
SCARRING-ALL THROUGHOUT

NOT JUST ONE QUICK MEASURED
GLANCE
WHICH VANISHES AND IS GONE
THAT TIME AND CUSTOM SAYS
IS THE MEANINGLESS GESTURE
FLEETING OF NO REAL MEASURE
INSTEAD
FULL LOVE - FULL LOVE - IN TRUTH
FROM YOUR HEART TO MINE
SINCE YOU MUST KNOW, BY NOW
FOR SURE -
THAT MY HEART IS PLEDGED
TO YOU - IN FULL

SO THINK THEE WELL AND SOUND
ERE YOU SHOULD CONTEMPLATE
THE UNGODLY THOUGHT TO
GO YOUR LONELY WAY -
WITH ANOTHER
SINCE WE HAVE PLEDGED IN
TRUTH TO ONE ANOTHER THAT
NOW OUR HEARTS CAN NO LONGER
EXIST APART.
SO DEEPLY BOUND ARE WE
INTO ONE.
ONE FALSE STEP AT HIS
JUNCTURE - WILL DESTROY
US BOTH.

I HAVE NO NEED TO CHANGE
THE COURSE OF MY TRUE HEART
THAT NOW IS TOTALLY IN YOUR
KEEPING
DO NOT LET IT FALL AND BREAK

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Jerusalem — Scientists in
Israel, who are using corn-
puters to analyze the Bible, are
uncovering evidence leading
them to conclude that the holy
text was written by one hand
and not by a proliferation of
authors. The two experts who
used a letter-skipping method
of decoding the Old Testament
and other holy writings say
their evidence strongly
suggests that the Bible
couldn't have been written by a
mortal.
Biblical scholar Dr. Moshe
Katz and computer expert Dr.
Menachem Wiener of the
Technion, Israel's Institute of
Technology, have conducted
research based on the notion
that significant words are con-
cealed in the Hebrew text of
the first five books of the Bible
spelled by letters separated at
fixed intervals. Using this ap-
proach, words and concepts
were uncovered that do not ap-
pear explicitly in the text.
Dr. Katz said that the re-
searchers' evidence dispells
the belief that the Bible is a
collection of documents writ-
ten and edited by different per-
sons at different times. The
patterns of letters repeated
throughout all the texts dis-
miss this theory, he said, be-
cause the statistical probabil-
ity of the patterns of informa-
tion appearing at set intervals
by chance is extremely low.
The remarkable aspect of the
research is not that words are
being found in the text by str-
inging together letters at reg-
ular intervals, but that in
every instance, the revealed
words bear direct relevance to
the text in which they were
concealed.
Another extraordinary as-
pect to emerge from the re-
search is the prophetic nature

of many words revealed in the
texts, which gives ammunition
to Dr. Katz's conviction that
the Old Testament and certain
holy writings which came later
were not written by a human
hand.
The doctors have only
scratched the surface with
their research so far. Un-
explored Biblical texts are al-
ready on the computer, waiting
to be tackled. The scientists
also plan to make this method
of studying the Bible available
on micro-computer to high
school students.

South Africa,
Israel Hold
Economic Talks

ml Aviv (JTA) — South
Africans will be allowed to
continue investing in Israel
up to a maximum of 40 mil-
lion rands (about US 15 mil-
lion) during the coming year,
government sources said last
Sunday. Agreement on the
continuation of South Afri-
can investment was reached
during two days of economic
talks held by Israeli officials
in Pretoria.
The Israeli Finance Minis-
try said that the negotia-
tions, which took place under
a virtual news blackout by
the Israeli Government, had
dealt with credit lines from
South African exports to
Israel, fishing rights for
Israeli vessels in South
African waters, and invest-
ments in Israel by South
African citizens. '

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