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I know it gives them strength. I certainly know it gives me strength. But what exactly is the strength that we tap into by saying, “G‑d willing, you can; I can?”
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There are no one-way streets in our world. There is no one who gives without receiving, and there is no one who receives without providing something back in return. So it is with the child. Just as the adult gives the child the knowledge and wisdom of life, so the child provides the adult the keys...