by Billy Jonas www.BillyJonas.com
simu, simu means “put, put”, just cuz in Hebrew it sounded nice to say it twice. in English not so much!
ahavatkhem = your love
Ahava = Love
Khem is a suffix meaning you all,
and the letter T is a grammatical construct to link a noun ending in a vowel with a suffix that begins with a consonant
“Ba” means “in” and “olam” means “the world” — though it often is used to mean “the universe” and by extrapolation it means “realms of being”.
The tense is 2nd person plural — so literally it means “all y’all put all y’all’s love in the world”
So the deeper literal meaning is “everybody put your love into all realms of being”.