When the transactions we have with those around us are ones which meet our needs such that we feel safe and satisfied, we experience Shalom. When those transactions are ones which fail to provide for us and others such that we feel hurt, we experience Esuba. When we address the Esuba and resolve the circumstances which cause the harm, Shalom is naturally restored.

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