Counting the Omer Day Seven: Malchut of Chesed

Malchut of ChesedAs we complete the first week of the counting of the Omer we reach the lowest sefirah, malchut, which in some ways is also the most important. Malchut, sovereignty, is leadership, but it is also actualization, the real world, and how other people respond to what we do, just as in general God’s sovereignty is shown in how we behave.

How is your love expressed? Do you act in a more positive way because of your love? Can others see your love? How do others reflect your love for them back to you? What are the tangible expressions of your love? What difference does your love and kindness make in the world around you?

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Barry Leff

Rabbi Barry (Baruch) Leff is a dual Israeli-American business executive, teacher, speaker and writer who divides his time between Israel and the US.

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