In Borges' story, the Aleph is a point in space that contains all other points. Anyone who gazes into it can see everything in the universe from every angle simultaneously, without distortion, overlapping, or confusion. The story traces the theme of infinity found in several of Borges' other works, such as "The Book of Sand". wikipedia
The aleph holds a special meaning with mystical Judaism, being the first character of the Hebrew alphabet. Something known for being The One. The origin.
Aleph begins the three words that make up God's mystical name in Exodus, _I Am who I Am_.
That which breaths life to matter. Galem animated.
In _The Aleph_, Borges called forth a profound understanding that is hidden deep in the cellar of the imagination. An understanding that potentially unites all understandings. A place of wonderment.
A wellspring for creative genius.
The aspiration of the Monadic Mind.