The Beginning: First Day
Hebrew day starts at sunset and ends at sunset.
The Torah is not history book, but the charter of Man’s mission in the universe.
We still don not understand the secret or even the process of Creation. … the work of Creation is a deep mystery.
The “firmament” and the “upper and lower waters” are among the mysteries of Creation that are either unknowable to Man or must be limited to those qualified to know them.
Third Day: Earth, Seas, vegetation (earth — to desire i.e., it desired to do God’s will. God began by creating one rock; and it rushed to expand, in order to fulfill HIs Desire. )
Fourth Day: luminaries
Fifth Day: living creatures in the waters and in the heavens
Sixth Day: earth creatures; Man
27. Among all living creatures, Man alone is endowed — like his Creator — with morality, reason and free will. He can know and love God and can hold spiritual communion （精神的交流） with Him; and Man alone can guide his actions through reason. It is in this sense that the Torah describes Man as having been created in God’s image and likeness.