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omer day 45

Today is Day 45 in the Counting of the Omer: Tiferet of Malchut

While we continue on our seven-week journey from slavery to Sinai- not everyone else has been journeying with us. How do we practice compassion and harmony with those around us, especially with those that are not on the same journey- and may not understand what we are manifesting at this very moment?
Join us every weekday on Clubhouse for Counting of the Omer conversation and reflection (7:30am Mountain/ 9:30am Eastern): https://www.joinclubhouse.com/event/M1vbO8VL

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