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You are G‑d’s sewing needle. Your mitzvahs are His thread. Now you can understand all these journeys of your life: You are pulling a thread, stitching together the confusion of this world into a single, meaningful story of wisdom and divine truth, a magnificent patchwork of many colors. Predictably, the world resists your mitzvahs. But, as a needle, you are firm and sharp enough to pierce through any challenge. And as a needle, you have an opposite side as well: Behind your will of steel lies an openness, a sense of awe, wonder, and humility...