Hod

Majesty, Splendor, Gratitude, Humility

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Day 47: The Computer

Today is Day 47 of the Omer. Hod sheb’malchut. Nobility that manifests as humility.  The first player to win championships at every level – high school, college, NBA, and the Olympics, and one of only three to ever do it, was Jerry Lucas. He was an All-American in high school, the 2x National Player of the Year at Ohio State, and a 7x All-Star in … Continue reading Day 47: The Computer

day 47: goch

Today is 47 days, which is five days and six weeks of the omer: hod she’b’malchut. Today, cosi reviya. I have not one, not two, but three guest posts. These three authors separately asked me to write and each chose Day 47. I figured it could be really instructive for the day’s sefirot. So, first check out posts by Jason Epstein, Eric Feld, and Jenna Shaw. And then, as always, … Continue reading day 47: goch

guest post for day 47: the glue

Full Count is thrilled to share this guest post for Day 47 by Jenna Shaw. Today is 47 days, which is five days and six weeks of the omer: hod she’b’malchut. On August 4, 2008, the Chicago Cubs designated left–handed relief pitcher Scott Eyre for assignment to make room for Kerry Wood on the roster who was returning from the Disabled List. I think I … Continue reading guest post for day 47: the glue

guest post for day 47: jack

Full Count is thrilled to share this guest post for Day 47 by Dr. Jason Epstein. This is in honor of my son, Ami’s 14th birthday today. Please give him a shoutout here as it’s his very first birthday without baseball. I first recognized that he was a serious baseball fan when he passed the litmus test I use for deep baseball fandom. Somewhere around … Continue reading guest post for day 47: jack

guest post for day 47: peanut

Full Count is thrilled to share this guest post for Day 47 by Eric Feld. Today is 47 days, which is five days and six weeks of the omer: hod she’b’malchut. Growing up, one of my go-to movies was always A League of Their Own. It was the movie that really sparked my love for baseball history. I felt a special pride knowing that the movie was … Continue reading guest post for day 47: peanut

Day 40: The Senator

Today is Day 40 of the Omer. Hod sheb’yesod. Righteousness that manifests as humility. Staying grounded is difficult when fans, coaches, and the media want to hype you up. It would have been easy for Harrison Barnes to lose his sense of humility after leading Ames High School to two undefeated seasons and two Iowa state championships, along with Doug McDermott. It would have been … Continue reading Day 40: The Senator

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