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Hayom Yom

Hayom-Yom for 11, Iyyar

10 Iyyar, 5778 - April 25, 201812 Iyyar, 5778 - April 27, 2018

Hayom Yom was written by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 5703 (1942-43).
In this box we have listed the Torah Lessons for this year.
The Torah Lessons below in the text are as they were in the original edition.
Thursday, 11 Iyyar, 5778 - April 26, 2018
26th day of the Omer
Torah Lessons
(5778)
Chumash: Achrei Mos-Kedoshim, 5th portion (Lev. 19:15-19:32) with Rashi.
Tehillim: 60-65
Tanya: English text / Audio / MP3
Rambam:
     3 chapters: Hebrew / Audio / MP3,
     1 chapter: Hebrew / Audio / MP3,
     Sefer Hamitzvos: English / Audio / MP3

Sunday Iyar 11, 5703 26th day of the Omer **
Torah Lessons
(5703)
Chumash: B'har, First Parsha with Rashi.
Tehillim: 60-65.
Tanya: Ch.48 Contemplating on (p. 249)...returned to their source. (p. 251).

The following are the correct readings in the siddur:

  • V'chain (Sh'nei Ch'tuvim), with a Tsayreh vowel, not a Patach. ("When two Biblical passages..."; Page 26).

  • Chiyitani (Miyardi Vor) with a Kamatz vowel, not a Patach. ("You have kept me alive"; Page 30).

  • Zecher (Rav Tuv'cha), with a Segol vowel, not a Tsayreh. ("They will express the remembrance..."; Page 33).

  • Mashlich Karcho (K'fitim) with a Patach vowel, not a Kamatz. ("He hurls His ice like morsels..." Page 35).

  • Umalchuto Ve'emunato La'ad Kayemet. ("...and His sovereignty and His truth abide forever." Page 48).


Day Five of week 4

Hod of Netzach

Yielding - which is a result of humility - is an essential element of enduring. Standing fast can sometimes be a formula for destruction. The oak, lacking the ability to bent in the hurricane, is uprooted. The reed, which yields to the wind, survives without a problem. Do I know when to yield, out of strength not fear? Why am I often afraid to yield?

Endurance is fueled by inner strength. Hod of netzach is the humble recognition and acknowledgement that the capacity to endure and prevail comes from the soul that G-d gave each person. This humility does not compromise the drive of endurance; on the contrary, it intensifies it, because human endurance can go only so far and endure only so much, whereas endurance that comes from the Divine soul is limitless.

Do I attribute my success solely to my own strength and determination? Am I convinced that I am all powerful due to my level of endurance? Where do I get the strength at times when everything seems so bleak?

Exercise for the day: When you awake, acknowledge G-d for giving you a soul with the extraordinary power and versatility to endure despite trying challenges. This will allow you to draw energy and strength for the entire day.

From:
A Spiritual Guide to the counting of the Omer
Forty-Nine Steps to Personal Refinement
The Forty-Nine Days of Sefirah
by Simon Jacobson
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