Weal (n.)

that which is best for someone or something, the common good.

On Merriam Webster, meaning “a sound, healthy and prosperous state”. I found this word in the passage  “the tool, Wind Sand and Stars“, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.

“to join together for the common weal”.

this sentence now becomes “to join together or the common good”, as weal sounds like a shortening of “well being”,

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