Ethics Of Our Fathers: Chapter Four
Starting after Passover, there is a custom to read a chapter of the “Ethics Of Our Fathers” every Shabbat. From this week: “Do not scorn any man, and do not discount any thing. For there is no man who has not his hour, and no thing that has not its place.”
Long Range Missile
The deeper significance of the bow and its connection to Lag BaOmer: The “revealed” part of Torah is like an arrow in that it aids us in meeting the obvious challenges of life. On Lag BaOmer, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai gave us the bow.
SOUL & MYSTICAL
Week Five Counting The Omer
During the fifth week of counting the Omer, we examine and refine the emotional attribute of Hod or humility. Humility – and the resulting yielding – should not be confused with weakness and lack of self-esteem. Hod or humility is modesty – it is acknowledgment (from the root of the Hebrew word “hoda’ah”). It is saying “thank you” to G-d.
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