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Dvekut baMesima: Mesima means “mission.” Dvekut means “glued to.” Adherence to the mission. The inner world of the warrior and the artist can be almost identical. Both know as they embark on an operation that they will encounter opposition, often fierce, occasionally violent – Bamboo Innovator Daily: 12 Aug (Wed)

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  • Dvekut baMesima: Mesima means “mission.” Dvekut means “glued to.” Adherence to the mission. The inner world of the warrior and the artist can be almost identical. Both know as they embark on an operation that they will encounter opposition, often fierce, occasionally violent. Both know that circumstances will compel them to adapt, to improvise. Both know that they will sustain casualties. Sacrifices must be made. Both accept the reality that every yard of dirt comes at a price. The mission devours you, but it feeds you too: SP
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