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The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soulMichal wore tefillin because she had a male soul.

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul.

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul.

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

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The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul (h/t Gershon)Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul.

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul (h/t Gershon).

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul.

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

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The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female. So

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul (h/t Gershon).

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female. So it seems that souls do have genders.

The Zohar writes that the Patriarch Yitzchok had the soul of a female.

Additionally, the Arizal explained that Michal wore tefillin because she had a male soul (h/t Gershon).

So it seems that souls do have genders, both male and female.

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