“Nah, you wouldn’t die,” said the nachash. “Because God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened. You’ll become like God, knowers, of good and bad.”
And then they heard the sound of Yah God going for His stroll in the cool of the day. The adam and his woman hid from Yah, among the trees.
“Who told you you were naked? Have you eaten from that tree from which I forbade you to eat?”
Enmity, I set, between you and the woman,
Between your seed and hers.
He’ll crush you in the head and you’ll crush him in the heel.”
In pain shall you bear child.
Yet your urge is for your man,
And he will dominate you.”
By pain shall you eat of it all your days.
It’ll sprout you thorn and thistle though you eat of the grain grass.
By the sweat of thy brow shalt thou eat bread,
Till you return to the adamah from which you were taken,
For, dust you are, and unto dust you return.”