Meaning: A righteous one; a side;
to hunt; chaos (in Aramaic).
Shape: A yud (the vitality
of wisdom) enwedged into the upper back of a bent over nun (the
humble servant). The final tzadik (or tzadik): The
same figure, with its base dropped into vertical extension.
contained on this site has been prepared by
Gal Einai Institute,
a United States non-profit organization dedicated to disseminating and implementing the inner wisdom of the
Torah--Kabbalah and Chassidut--as taken from the
Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh