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Day Six: Yesod of Chesed

Day Six: Yesod of Chesed

6th Day of the Omer

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For love to be eternal it requires bonding. A sense of togetherness which actualizes the love in a joint effort. An intimate connection, kinship and attachment, benefiting both parties. This bonding bears fruit; the fruit born out of a healthy union.

Exercise for the day: Start building something constructive together with a loved one.

From A Spiritual Guide to the Omer by Simon Jacobson
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THALIA C SANDERS CAPITOL HEIGHTS April 17, 2017

God bless you, I needed to hear about pure love. Reply

Pearl Anat Sarasota, FL April 16, 2017

We're in our 60s and have built something constructive in the past by creating four children. Now, when we bond, it is for the purpose of creating peace and serenity as well as the desire to create beauty . . . in our home, in our family and in our own hearts. Reply

Barbara April 1, 2013

Not Jewish, but these are beautiful principles for any human being Reply

rae northampton, usa April 24, 2011

beautiful day Reply

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