1 Now Sarah’s heart was knit unto Yitsḥaq’s insomuch that she did keep him by her side whenever possible and he did sleep upon her bed at night.
2 Wherefore, I thought, How shall I separate Yitsḥaq from his mother Sarah for such a journey lest her heart be grieved and she die in her grief?
3 So I went in unto Sarah and comforted her and afterwards I said unto her, Our son Yitsḥaq we have taught these many years and I feel now that I should take him unto Shĕm and Ĕḇer, his son, where he can be instructed by the ancient ones in the mysteries of the ancients that he may become a perfect servant of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 our Elohim.
4 Sarah replied, Thou hast spoken well, my aḏon. Go now and do all as thou hast said, only let the lad remain not too long apart from me for my soul is bound to his soul with a perfect love from Elohim.
5 And I answered Sarah saying, My daughter, let us pray to 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 our Elohim that we may yield to His Will in all things and that all things will work together for our good.