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The fire on the Altar must be kept burning even on the Sabbath, although
starting or stoking a fire is normally prohibited on the Sabbath. Correspondingly, the Divine fire within our hearts -- our enthusiastic desire to cling to G-d through studying His Torah, fulfilling His commandments, and revealing His presence in the world -- must also be kept constantly stirred and alive.

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