Day 32 – Netzach in Hod

Can I overcome the need for overcoming?  Just surrender.  Netzach is subordinate to Hod. Sometimes our plans and the vision of our blueprint depend on knowing that we can act, that we can and will overcome. When we now realize that our blueprint has changed we need to overcome our desire to not surrender—and embrace the surrender.  This is our new path. In the desert, the manna fell and the Jews were instructed to not hold onto it past that day. Some did anyway and it spoiled. God was instilling in the people the need for complete surrender—they were still not surrendering totally.

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