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The first verse of the Torah says: "In the beginning, God made the heaven and the earth. "
The Pshat of anything is its simplest and most obvious explanation. In the case of this verse it is that, at the beginning of everything, G-d first made the heaven and the earth. As Rashi points out, however, there is something about the Hebrew text that “hints” to another level of explanation:
The Torah did not come to teach the sequence of creating, to say what came first. If it had come to teach this it should have written: “At first—barishonah—He created the heavens and the earth,” for there is no “reishis” in the Torah that is not connected to the following word . . . (Rashi)
The fact that the Torah does not employ the word "barishonah" results in a remez, or a hint, to another level of interpretation: b-reishis, which means “for the sake of reishis.” You can get the rest here: http://www.kabbalaonline-shop.com/category-s/1985...