Korach tell a story the people of Israel are in the desert. Korach collects the people and tells them her actions. Widow in my neighborhood and she has two girls, and one field. The widow wanted to plow The earth, but Moshe told her It is forbidden to write, do not plow in the bull and severe together, Came to arm said to her that you will not sow hybrids,come to harvest and make a pile he said, let go of oblivion and wig, came to do goren said Moshe, Donate and Tithe Sunday and Monday. Justified her and gave it to him. What did she do? She sold the field and bought two sheeps to enjoy the wool because her child came to Aaron and told her ‘give me the first gas’. Said that widow I have no power to stand with this man I eat and eat. Because a butcher told her give me an arm for life and stomach, she even said I didn’t take advantage of the slaughterer. She took a stand and let her two girls cry. Korach said: Moshe and Aaron do everything for themselves and will do it in Gd. The story of the widow was completely fanciful, a story that sounded absolutely true, and everything from practicality that was not and was not created. Israel was in the desert, all the commandments he spoke of did not belong before entering to Israel land. And all this was done with the help of the clown, he was such a big clown that he managed to convince Israel of his imaginary stories. This is the power of clown, which it loses from man to see the real truth, and to believe in completely imaginary things as well. In a person who deserves erosion and resemblance to drunkenness, it is impossible to give him logical explanations, he can do things that are not ashamed of them, because there is no opinion that controls him. Grandpa Melmam says of the article “One clown rejects a hundred reproaches” when bringing 100 solid and strong proofs will not help a person come and try to disprove them. But if the clown comes, it destroys everything, because it puts a light head on the person and by that a person feels that no proof is important. It is important that we know how to separate joy and laughter from clowning and light-headedness, which joy we are committed to from the Torah, so much so that it is imperative to do the commandments with joy, but light-headedness and clowning mean disrespect and disrespect. And that was precisely the intention of Korach that was able to distract the people of Israel against the prophecy of Moses, telling them distant stories of true reality against all intellectual logic. Thus clowning can affect even a whole nation. (The desert generation was called Dorah.) The people of Israel believed in Moses before this, and they could not be persuaded by mental persuasion, but when he came bald and put the clowns on Moses and Aaron, he took their wits and persuaded them to act against Moshe.