Omer Day 25

Today is Day 25 in the Counting of the Omer: Netzach of Netzach

Today is Day 25 in the Counting of the Omer: Netzach of Netzach
 
The path ahead forces us to tap into our inner strength and endurance. Each step forward is a testament to your resilience. If you’ve ever seen yourself as a survivor, this is the intensity that surrounds you.
 
When finishing a book of Torah (reading a book of the Bible), is is customary to say ‘Hazak, Hazak, v’Nithazek’ Be strong, be strong and may you be strengthened. And may it be so.

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