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Counting the Omer - Part 1

The Attribute of Loving Kindness (Chesed)

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Counting the Omer - Part 1: The Attribute of Loving Kindness (Chesed)

A general introduction to the concept of Counting the Omer as a process of self-refinement and a look at the attribute of loving kindness as the first of the seven emotional traits.
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Sefirot, Counting of the Omer, Sefirat HaOmer period, Chesed

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Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA April 24, 2019

Are we born as a giver, ‘maybe, maybe not.’ Can we be taught to give with love and kindness, ‘yes, most certainly.’ Do we want to be taught to give, ‘maybe, maybe not.’ Will we feel much more loving in our hearts when we give, ‘yes, we definitely will.’ Will this giving enrich our lives, ‘yes, it will.’ But will this giving of ourselves and other attributes pave a secure path to a better place when we leave this world, ‘it may or may not.’ However, giving today, tomorrow or only during the season of Passover will at least follow us as a shadow for the remainder of our days on this earth and if we try it out, at least it’s a start. Reply

SORA Far Rockaway, NY April 10, 2012

Each of these lecturers contain so much emphathy, I'm overwhelmed with emotions. Reply

Lisa Long Beach, CA May 4, 2011

Wonderful teaching on counting of the omer I thank you for the wonderful video teachings on counting of the omer. So many things I did not know that I find truly essential for my own personal growth. And I must give this compliment about Rebbitzen Chana, I enjoy her teaching and I admire her hair! She has such beautiful hair! Reply

Omer Ocando Punto Fijo, Venezuela May 1, 2011

חסד week My own omer counting period, will be better. Watching your lecture has been for me so helpfull to understand the Sefirat HaOmer period we are going throu now.Toda Raba Mora. Reply

duru yahbaruk ogbonna nwayahweh hong kong, hong kong April 22, 2011

May the blessing that comes from the Sabbath day and Passover never depart for you and I. Reply

Kayo Tokyo, Japan April 21, 2011

I needed these classes Thank you for making this series. I am looking forward to watching next class. Reply

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