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These [trust] in chariots and these in horses, but we mention the name of G‑d our G‑d. They kneel and fall, but we rise and gain strength. G‑d save us; may the King answer us on the day we call.
– Psalms 20:8-10

The biblical slavery of Egypt represents bondage to your own self.

Every day, every moment, must be an exodus from the self.

If you’re not leaving Egypt, you’re already back there.

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