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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Life Lessons From the Parshah - Bechukotai
Prayer
Each verse starts with another letter of the Hebrew Alphabet--except for nun.

You cannot separate the mystical from the practical.

Each thing has both a body and a soul, and they act as one.

Neither can contradict the other, and in each the other can be found.

Maamar Gal Enai 5737.

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