Makhshava is a Hebrew word commonly translated as "thought." In the Hebrew Bible, the concept "he thought" is expressed as amar belibo - literally "he said in his heart."

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  • Makhshava is a Hebrew word commonly translated as "thought." In the Hebrew Bible, the concept "he thought" is expressed as amar belibo - literally "he said in his heart." (en)
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  • Makhshava is a Hebrew word commonly translated as "thought." In the Hebrew Bible, the concept "he thought" is expressed as amar belibo - literally "he said in his heart." (en)
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