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When does a relationship become real? Once it has broken down. As long as each fulfills the other’s expectations, there is no relationship, only a contract and its transactions. Once trust is breached, a new depth must enter: The depth of the human being. If there is truly a relationship—if it is the person inside that matters—then there is a search for forgiveness, for return, and for healing. So it was that within forty days of entering into a contract with the One Above, the children of Israel broke the deal. And the...
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