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[mass noun] The attribute of grace, benevolence, or compassion, especially (in Kabbalism) as one of the sephiroth.
- ‘Abraham was famous for his acts of chesed, kindness.’
- ‘For God to have created the world at all was nothing short of an act of chesed!’
- ‘God is also constantly engaged in sustaining all of Creation through acts of chesed.’
- ‘Within the sphere of visible action, chesed is without cause, a proactive expression of expansiveness.’
- ‘Thus the act of chesed is an act whose dynamics lie in the giver's domain.’
Hebrew ḥeseḏ grace, loving-kindness.
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