We read how dew drips from the skull of Arich Anpin to the skull of Zeir Anpin and from there to Malchut where it sustains everything. From this dew, manna is ground for the righteous in the World to Come, and through it the dead will be revived. Rabbi Shimon talks about how this dew dripped when Yisrael was wandering in the wilderness. As this event never happened at any other time in the world, we learn that children, length of life and sustenance depend not on merit but instead on Mazal. Lastly we hear that there is healing in the world only when Zeir Anpin and Atika Kadisha face each other; then everything is long-suffering.