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Day Six of Week 4: Yesod of Netzach

Day Six of Week 4: Yesod of Netzach

27th Day of the Omer

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Bonding is an essential quality of endurance. It expresses your unwavering commitment to the person or experience you are bonding with, a commitment so powerful that you will endure all to preserve it. Endurance without bonding will not endure.

Exercise for the day: To ensure that your new resolution should endure, bond with it immediately. This can be assured by promptly actualizing your resolution in some constructive deed.

From A Spiritual Guide to the Omer by Simon Jacobson
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Kristine Belgium May 11, 2014

If the world could know... the positive effect in everyday life of this count in one should silence all adversary against and the world would be a better place for sure ! Reply

zeynep istanbul, turkey May 16, 2011

We are changing towards our Creator This all works so wonder-fully.How the honest desire of the heart unlocks the capability to truly learn, understand and change. The delight of observing one's change towards the better, the revelation of meaning bestowed upon every minute detail of life. Are there words potent enough to convey the existential state of concretely feeling the immense goodness and mercy of our Creator? Facing this LOVE, is there any other way but to wholly dedicate ourselves to Him?
P.s. Your help, dear chabad.org team, your help is facilitating positive transformation. Reply

Anonymous Efrat, Israel April 25, 2010

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