Jewish Mysticism
Come and see- When a person draws close to the Torah, which is called good, as it is written, “the teaching of your mouth (torat pikha) is good to me” (Ps. 119-72), he draws close to the Holy One, blessed be He, who is called good, as it is written, “The Lord is good to all” (ibid. 145-9), and he then comes close to being righteous, as it says, “Happy is the just man for he is good” (Isa. 3-9). When he is righteous the Shekhinah rests upon him and teaches him the highest secrets of Torah, for the Shekhinah is joined only to one who is good, for the Righteous [masculine Saddiq] and Righteousness [feminine Seddeq] go together as one.

Translated by Elliot Wolfson in Through a Speculum that Shines- Vision and Imagination in Medieval Jewish Mysticism, Princeton- Princeton University Press, 1994.