The contrast between Avraham Avini A’H and Bilam, the gentile prophet (see BaMidbar 22:2-24:25) is curious. The Torah has Bilam against Moshe Rabbainu A’H not Avraham.
Rabbi Ytzchak Luria, the ARI Z’L ZY’A, explains, both Moshe and Bilam were both partial reincarnations of Adam HaRishon’s son Hevel. Moshe being the realized potential Hevel had for good and Bilam, Hevel’s unresolved capacity for evil . So why compare Bilam to Avraham and not Moshe?
Rashi ZY’A 22:5 (D.H.… Continue