Day 49, June 3: The Malkhut in Malkhut

Here we are, the final day of the Omer!

First, I want to thank all of you who have participated in omerblog these past seven weeks! I have loved reading your comments and feel very grateful to be part of such a thoughtful, insightful and committed community. And to those of you who have read the blog but not posted, I really do hope that you, as well, have found this experience to be enriching and rewarding.
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Day 48, June 2: The Yesod in Malkhut

Okay: this 48th day of the Omer also happens to be my (Gregorian calendar) wedding anniversary. Happy

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Day 47, June 1: The Hod in Malkhut

For the 47th day of the Omer, we examine the Hod in Malkhut. For this, I want to return to Gavriel Goldfeder’s interesting reading of Hod as being related to hoda’ah (gratitude/modesty/humility) and Malchut as sovereignty/majesty. blogEntryTopper Read More...
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Day 46, May 31: The Netzach in Malkhut

Years ago, I performed a wedding for a remarkable, young couple. Out of respect for their privacy, I will leave out any overtly identifiable elements to their story. But I will say that in many respects, their wedding day reminded me of the reality of Netzach: not only in the sense of Persistence/Endurance in which we've been using it here, but also in the sense of its related, Hebrew word, nitzachon, or "victory."
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Day 45, May 30: The Tiferet in Malkhut

A day to revisit, one last time, the Inner Balance which is Tiferet.

How do we encounter Inner Balance and Harmony in the world that is manifested to us?
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Day 44, May 29: The Gevurah in Malkhut

The 44th day of the Omer once again brings us back to our old friend, Gevurah/Restraint/Discernment. What is the discernment/restraint in Presence?

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