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For
everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every
secret will be brought to light.
Anyone
with ears to hear should listen and understand.”
Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more
understanding you will be given
—and you will receive even more.
To
those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given
.
But for those
who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken
away from them.”

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Thursday, January 17, 2013

CBS - Radio Mystery Theater that aired from 1974-1982 - ONE SHOW FOUND INTRESTING ((The Golem - A man tries to aid an elderly Jew and his granddaughter evade the Nazis tailing them. The old man begins to resurrect a mythical being from old Hebrew legend to save them.



The Golem - First Run - December 30, 1974
http://www.cbsrmt.com/episode-193-the-golem.html

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Title:
The Golem
Plot:
A man tries to aid an elderly Jew and his granddaughter evade the Nazis tailing them. The old man begins to resurrect a mythical being from old Hebrew legend to save them.
Episode:
0193
Air Dates:
First Run - December 30, 1974
Repeat - February 22, 1975
Repeat - June 3, 1979
Writer:
Dann, Sam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golem
The word golem occurs once in the Bible in Psalm 139:16, which uses the word גלמי, meaning "my unshaped form".[2] The Mishnah uses the term for an uncultivated person: "Seven characteristics are in an uncultivated person, and seven in a learned one," (שבעה דברים בגולם) Pirkei Avot 5:6 in the Hebrew text (English translations vary). In modern Hebrew golem is used to mean "dumb" or "helpless". Similarly, it is often used today as a metaphor for a brainless lunk or entity who serves man under controlled conditions but is hostile to him under others.[citation needed] "Golem" passed into Yiddish as goylem to mean someone who is clumsy or slow.[citation needed]

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