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Day Seven of Week 4: Malchus of Netzach

Day Seven of Week 4: Malchus of Netzach

28th Day of the Omer

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Sovereignty is the cornerstone of endurance. Endurance that encompasses the previous six qualities is indeed a tribute and testimony to the majesty of the human spirit.

Is my endurance dignified? Does it bring out the best in me? When faced with hardships do I behave like a king or queen, walking proudly with my head up, confident in my G-d-given strengths, or do I cower and shrivel up in fear?

Exercise for the day: Fight for a dignified cause.

From A Spiritual Guide to the Omer by Simon Jacobson
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May 16, 2011
Sfirat Ha-Omer
I find your Daily reminders very helpful.
Thank you.
Monty
Efrata, Israel
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