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Thurs, April 9 – Wed, April 15, 2020

Thursday, April 9, 2020 – 15 Nisan 5780

Parsha Pesach

Everything is possible when you are born of God.  (Creativity, p. 268)

If you wish to follow the Counting of the Omer, there are two resources available for you.  The first was written by Max Amichai Heppneror second, you may choose the more conservative version written by Rabbi Simon Jacobson.

Friday, April 10, 2020 – 16 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 1

Erev Pesach

Here begins Passover (Pesach), to commemorate the Lord’s passing over the houses of the Israelites, as God slew the first-born of Egypt and led the Israelites to freedom.

Notice the times in your life you have been on the edge of changing from what was to what could be.  Freedom lies in the possibilities of what is yet to be.  (Strength, p. 232)

Saturday, April 11, 2020 – 17 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 2

Pesach I

“And you shall explain it to your son on that day, “It is because of what the Lord did for me when I went forth from Egypt.”

The Passover Haggadah teaches that you are part of a new generation of humanity and empowered to consider yourself personally liberated from the narrows of ancient Egypt and the restrictions of slavery.  With recall and memory, you continue to access a God who is free and encourages you to be free.  (Success, p. 232)

Sunday, April 12, 2020 – 18 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 3

Pesach II

Freedom is wherever you choose to see and hear it, through the lens of your own perception.  God can appear even in a thick dark cloud, much as happened to the Israelites.  The dark cloud was a symbol for the people to accept all the possibilities and forms in which God can be found:  the afternoon’s sunlight, the rainy days, the dark ominous clouds of a summer storm.  God is in all of them.  (Strength, p. 163)

Monday, April 13, 2020 – 19 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 4

Pesach III

Passover weaves together the themes of miracles, Divine guidance, Divine intervention, political freedom, rebirth, and individual renewal.

The greatest freedom of all is to realize that you no longer need to live imprisoned by expectations and self-imposed limitations, for in that freedom you recognize your own divine nature, and the possibility of being everything.  (Strength, p. 164)

Tuesday, April 14, 2020 – 20 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 5

Pesach IV

Freedom means coming to peace with the fact that change is inherent in life.  (Success, p. 232)

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 – 21 Nisan 5780 – Omer day 6

Pesach V

Freedom comes from within.  It is nurtured in your soul.  It is manifest in the way you view life and in the obstacles you choose to remove or place on your path.  (Success, p. 231)


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