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To separate between physical needs and spiritual needs is both counterproductive and futile. The spiritual breathes life into the physical and the physical rises to become spiritual in a perpetual chemistry of exchange.

Heal the soul and the body is renewed. Heal the body and the soul is empowered.

Jewish Tales from the Past
“So make it yellow,” replied Kusheh. And that is exactly what he did.
The rich history and sanctity behind the Western Wall
When you see the donkey of your enemy collapsing under its load, and are inclined to desist from helping him, you shall surely help along with him.
– Exodus 23:5
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