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  Laws of Counting the Omer  
By Rabbi Elchanan Shalom Elgrod
Update date: 3/29/2021, 14:55
Rabbi Elchanan Shalom reviews the Laws of Counting the Omer during the period between Pesach and Shavuot.

  Sefirat Haomer - What's it All About?  
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 3/29/2021, 15:00
In the days between the holiday of Pesach and Shavuot we are taught to say Tehillim (Psalms). Why? What is the connection between Tehillim, teshuva, and Shavuot?

  The Power of Connecting - Counting the Omer  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:50
By counting the Omer, we connect our mouths to Hashem. What's more, we connect to one another. The seven weeks between Passover and Shavuoth are a wonderful time to improve our relations with Hashem, with our fellow human and with ourselves.

  The Omer: Why the Punishment?  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:50
During the Omer, we curtail music, dancing, weddings and other joyful events. Our sages explain that it's because of the death of Rebbe Akiva's 24,000 students; that was 1900 years ago! Why are we still being punished?

  Learning to Walk - Counting the Omer  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 12/28/2020, 08:51
Many BTs (newly observant people) ask why their lives are more difficult after they make teshuva than before? The answer is hidden in the underlying message of Omer, which we'll learn here...

  Learn to Count  
By Rabbi Yonatan Balaish
Update date: 10/30/2020, 12:55
The people of Israel left Egypt and now face a 50-day walk to Mount Sinai to receive the Torah. Every day that passes we gain more important things, every day is such a win!

  Counting the Omer - Will and Desire  
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 3/29/2021, 15:17
On Leil Seder (the night of the Pesach Seder), Hashem gives an influx of emuna and desire for holiness. The influx is temporary. Until Shavuot, we grow day by day by desiring to be close to Hashem. Will and desire are crucial!

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