Answer: Every letter certainly has its own meaning and is a force or a particular characteristic in itself. A collection of letters is a word or a directive that is precisely defined.
Hebrew is a mathematical language in which there are no abstruse, sensory or other nuances. Everything in it has been sliced, as if by an axe.
Everything moves around the roots of the words according to clear mathematical laws. The words have double or triple roots which have either a prefix or suffix added to it indicating whether it is masculine or feminine, if it is past tense or future tense, etc.
The language of Kabbalah is a language of branches, derived from a root which gives the name of the branch pointing to the root.
From the Kabbalah Lesson in Russian 7/17/16