We, the Jewish people, are a single person with many millions of faces, a single soul breathing within a multitude of diverse bodies.

In each one of us is found all of Israel, and what any one does immediately reverberates through all the rest.

If one should fall, all of us stumble.
When one does a mitzvah, all of us participate.
If one is suffering, all of us share that pain.
When one rejoices, all of us dance and sing.

None of us can say to the other, “You go your way and I will go mine.”

Wherever you go, you take some of me there with you, and where I go, you too will come along.