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We count for fifty days in anticipation of the giving of the Torah, yet the Torah makes no mention of day number 50 as the day the Torah was given.

Omer - Magical Mystery Tour

Omer - Magical Mystery Tour

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Omer - Magical Mystery Tour

We count for fifty days in anticipation of the giving of the Torah, yet the Torah makes no mention of day number 50 as the day the Torah was given.
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Devorah Leiba May 2, 2017

How fitting that I found and listened to this class yesterday, on the 20th day of the Omer, as I was looking for significance of the number 50 for my birthday today. Thank you so much for tying it all together in such a deep, inspirational and beautiful way. Wishing blessings for all today! Reply

Rabbi Moishe New May 23, 2017
in response to Devorah Leiba:

Thank you Devorah Leiba. Mazal Tov for your birthday. Much hatzlacha and all good things. Reply

Ernesto Abdiel El Salvador April 4, 2013

Thanks This is my first time experience of the Counting of the Omer. Each day is special to reach what I need to change, I love it. Reply

Anonymous May 6, 2008

Omer - the 50 day Magical Mystery Tour The 49- day meditation on sefirot - as this lecture sets forth - opens me to consider closely the attributes of Ein Sof, of which our neshamas are a shadow. Reply

John Fairlamb May 15, 2007

Counting the Omer - Seeing the Emotions ofG-d This is a most facinating teaching. I was especially interested in the 7 emotions.
Thank you. Reply

shannon April 18, 2007

wow
As homeschoolers we have been arranging our lessons according to the mo'adim and the specific days of creation. Thank you for sharing what Hashem has given you.The emotions are shown throughout His creative works; byfocusing on Him and His attributes throughout the days of the week will draw us in more intimately with Him. Thank you we appreciate you. Shalom Reply

Lynn Carpenter via yichabadpinellas.org May 7, 2006

Counting of the Omer I rarely get excited about things, but this lesson and teaching was R-e-a-l-l-y exciting. One of the most powerful statements was at the near end...counting of the Omer is the marriage contract between G-d and the Jew really made perfect. Reply

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