Category: Counting the Omer

A Different Way of Counting the Omer
by Rabbi Jill Hausman
April 3, 2022
The sefirot can be regarded a progressive stepping down of the power of God until it can come into our physical world.
Counting COVID: From Omer to Omer!
By Betsy Teutsch
March 17, 2021
The journey from Mitzrayaim to Merkhav
Liberating the Creative Self through the Omer
By D’vorah Horn
April 7, 2019
I am liberating myself, I am crossing the yam soof into the unknown
How to Design an Artistic Omer Counting Practice
By D'vorah Horn
March 20, 2018
By holding the intention for the day ... I was able to let come forth what had to come ... in both image and word.
The Shoe Shine Man: Omer Day 48 – Yesod sh'be'Malchut
By Nicole Fix
May 28, 2017
Wasn't this man's dignity more important than my shoes? 
Almost Home: Omer 45
By Alden Solovy
May 22, 2017
I can feel the energy of the mountain. Our pace has quickened. There are gifts awaiting.
Omer Day 35: Malchut sh’be’Hod – Greatness in Humility
By David Ebenbach
May 15, 2017
This is the great apparent paradox of humility: being clear about your limits makes you and your authority stronger. 
Omer Day 26: Hod sh’be’Netzach – The Humility of Endurance
By Zachary Wiener
May 2, 2017
No one told me that much of my rabbinical school life would be spent in my car.
Omer Day 17: Tiferet sh'be'Tiferet – Practicing Self-Compassion
By Lauren Tuchman
April 27, 2017
Who are we to take time for ourselves, to tend to our own needs, when our communities are under attack?

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