5772 / 2012

      SUN MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT
      Chesed Gevurah Tiferet Netzach Hod Yesod Malchut
      South North East Above Below West Center
Week 1                             Chesed South 4/8 4/9 3  4/10 4  4/11 5  4/12 6  4/13 7  4/14
Week 2     Gevurah North 8  4/15 9  4/16 10  4/17 11  4/18 12  4/19 13  4/20 14  4/21

Week 3     Tiferet East 15  4/22 16  4/23 17  4/24 18  4/25 19  4/26

20  4/27

21  4/28

Week 4      Netzach Above 22  4/29 23  4/30 24  5/1 25  5/2 26  5/3 27  5/4 28  5/5

Week 5      Hod Below 29  5/6 30  5/7 31 5/8 32  5/9 33  5/10 34  5/11 35  5/12

Week 6     Yesod West 36  5/13 37  5/14 38  5/15 39  5/16 40  5/17 41  5/18 42  5/19

Week 7        Malchut Center 43  5/20 44  5/21  45  5/22 46  5/23 47  5/24 48  5/25 49  5/26


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3 thoughts on “5772 / 2012

  1. I absolutely LOVE this, and omer sticks that Yael has taught me to use to mark the forty-nine days in permutations with the seven colors – this is awesome!

    Thanks Ya’el for bringing this inspiration to us all!

    Love,

    zelig

  2. I like that you translated Netzach as endurance. It makes sense: it normally means victory, and by extension “forever” – to be victorious so as to be immortal kind of thing. But behind that is the idea that I must be victorious over my temptations/desires, so it is about endurance…

    Hod as humility is again a very nice way to translate it (even though not standard): Hod, which is of the same root as hiddur, or le-hader as a verb, is to glorify, or to give thanks (as in tov le-hodot leadonai – as a verb – it is to give thanks). Adorn is a very good way to put it, because if we say to make beautiful might imply that it was ugly prior… When we give thanks, it must mean that we have received… (even if we only having received being alive). When we receive we shine – we have been adorned.

    Love, Avi

  3. What a wonderful resource! I have struggled with counting the Omer, and have made a fresh commitment to it this year. I look forward to perusing your site over the next forty-seven days!

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