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Day Seven: Malchut of Chesed

Day Seven: Malchut of Chesed

7th Day of the Omer

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Mature love comes with - and brings - personal dignity. An intimate feeling of nobility and regality. Knowing your special place and contribution in this world. Any love that is debilitating and breaks the human spirit is no love at all. For love to be complete it must have the dimension of personal sovereignty.

Exercise for the day: Highlight an aspect in your love that has bolstered your spirit and enriched your life - and celebrate.

From A Spiritual Guide to the Omer by Simon Jacobson
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April 26, 2011
Malchut of Chesed
I believe that this is the goal of the exercise we call Passover, aand the answer we should give to the rasha's question at the seder. This is what H' wants from us and from our ancestors when he led them out of Mitzrayim.
will
denver, co
April 25, 2011
Mature Love
Mature love comes when we truly understand and have compassion on the life of another, giving grace and mercy. A love that stems out of these truths is deep, enduring, unconditional, responsive, active, it creates, it builds up and does not tear down, it accepts, it is a deep well of water. Selah
angela
redlands, ca
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