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Standing and Walking with G‑d
Our relationship with the Divine is steadfast - as well as dynamic.
"...the heads of your tribes, your elders, your officers, every man of Israel, your children, your women, your proselyte who is in your camp, from your woodchoppers to your water carriers."

Even though the term "all of you" itself implies all types and categories of Jews, the Torah additionally and explicitly lists the various divisions of the Jewish people, Even as we experience ourselves as part of one collective body, we must still be aware of our differences, what others lack, and how we can help them.
All Your Heart and Soul
True repentance involves efforts at spiritual transcendence
We must perform the commandment of teshuva (repentance) with all our heart and soul. One must now transcend his normal, operative self that allowed him to sin and seek a deeper, more essential layer of his identity where G-d means more to him than the indulgences to which he has become accustomed.
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