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Omer Day 9: Gevurah sheh b'Gevurah

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Omer Days 7 & 8

Posted by Rabbi Goldie Milgram |

Catch up today for our Omer Walks postings. Day 7, Shabbat was Malchut (manifestation/ Shechinah) sheh b'Chessed. What manifests on Shabbat? An extra measure of soulfulness for each of us, the neshamah yetaira. After a long beach walk, resting on Barry's chest on the beach on a towel felt like this: Psalm 131:3 "I have equanimity and my soul is serene; like a weaned child upon it's Mother's breast, is my soul within me."

Omer Day 6: Yesod sheh b'Chessed

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Day Five of the Omer: Hod sheh b'Chessed

Posted by Rabbi Goldie Milgram |

Here, the sun will soon set on Omer Day 5: Hod within Chessed.

Day Four of the Omer Netzach within Chessed

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Day 3 of the Omer 2016: Tiferet sheh b'Chessed

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How to Create Contemplative OMER Walks and Walking Groups

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just updated our free creative haggadah

Posted by Rabbi Goldie Milgram |

We discovered typos and a few other things that could be improved while using our new seder on the two nights. Since we've decided it's a keeper that could be helpful to others, letting you know that the improved version is posted here: 
http://reclaimingjudaism.org/teachings/our-free-creative-haggadah-2016-updated-version

Chag sameach!

 

New Distance Learning Option: Creating a Mitzvah-Centered Life

Posted by Rabbi Goldie Milgram |

“What happens to you matters to me.”—Barry Bub. This definition of love—ahavah, is at the very core of a mitzvah-centered life.

Another Hanukkah Spark

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When the light of menorah gazing did not flow into my vessel of being, I wondered how to repair the capacity to receive. Last night, awaking at midnight with a sense of falling, it seemed timely to do the Tikkun Hatzot,* heart-opening prayers of lament for the situation in Israel, our world, and issues in my life--if I could find a Hanukkah connection. So...