The three lines of the letter
correspond to the dimensions of physical space:
breadth, height and depth.
This latter, the third dimension, called, as it is, ‘depth’,
serves to remind us that even in the mundane world
there is a dimension of reality which extends beyond the physical senses.
This could be regarded a basis for faith.
Hebrew is a poetic script.
Some of the pictorial interpretations employ lateral thought.
Heh can be regarded as both a ‘door’ and a ‘window’.
The addition of this letter to a name would grant
both ingress and egress as well as transparency.
Hebrew is a magical script.
The initial letters of a word can affect or ‘colour’ a whole phrase.
Take, ‘inneH’ – Henni, which means ‘Here I am.’
Much more than a statement of presence,
this phrase signifies, ‘giving one’s being over to the one who calls.’
All because of the letter Heh.