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At the threshold of liberation, darkness filled the land of Egypt. Yet in the homes of those to be liberated, there was only light.

Light is our true place and light is our destiny. As dawn approaches, darkness shakes heaven and earth in the final throes of its demise. But those who belong to light and cleave to it with all their hearts have nothing to fear.

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