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Kein Ayin Hara ("no evil eye")

Kein Ayin Hara ("no evil eye"): (Yiddish) “No evil eye!" Customarily added after praising another; expressing the wish that the evil eye should not affect the individual discussed.

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G-d gives us things. G-d does not give others these same things. This can and does cause jealousy, an unvoiced "Why does she deserve it?," and somewhere on High that energy does not dissipate. It gravitates, and brings into question "Maybe she doesn’t...
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