If you have an alien thought when praying, kelipah (“husk;” forces of evil) is riding on [your] utterances, Heaven forbid; for thought rides upon the [words of] speech.

This is the meaning of “[My love, dimitich (I compare you)] to a horse in the chariot of Pharaoh.” (Song 1:9) Words are referred to as horses. 1 When Pharaoh, i.e., the alien thought, 2 rides upon them, then “my love, dimitich”: it is better to be silent. 3

On the other hand, “words that come from the heart enter the heart,” 4 i.e., [they enter] the heart of Above, by means of the breath, as is well known. 5