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This one's for my Level 2 intensive class at AACI Jerusalem, as today we reviewed examples of the נפעל (neef-AHL) verb pattern. Today's word does, in fact, fit that pattern.
To enable genuine love to take place, at least one person needs to become פָּגִיע (pah-GHEE-ah) - vulnerable, by opening up. This allows for true sharing and intimacy.
Here's how to say to open up in Hebrew: לְהִפָּתַח (leh-hee-pah-TAHKH).
For example, כְּדֵי לָתֵת לָאֲהָבָה לִשְׂרוֹר, הָאָדָם צָרִיךְ לְהִפָּתַח לְזוּלָתו - in order to allow love to reign, a (the) person must open up to the (his) other (keh-DEH-ee lah-TET lah-ah-hah-VAH lees-ROHR, hah-ah-DAHM tsah-REEKH leh-hee-pah-TAHKH leh-zoo-lah-TOH).
Learn how to use this verb here.
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