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Forbidden actions and the role of non-Jews
Your excellent discourse has not answered the question of why should a non-Jew be doing things for a Jew if that Jew is forbidden to do such a thing in that said time. If an action cannot be done bu you, then you should do without the results of such action until such a time as it can be performed by you again. It seems to me that the religion cannot function independently of others who should make themselves available to perform such actions that are wrong for you to do.