One of the key concepts of Judaism is the separation of the holy from the regular.

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The idea of separating one day of the week, Shabbat, from the rest, of abstaining from work, and doing special activities may have originated with the Jews.

The Hebrew word for holy is "kadosh" or "קדוש".


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