Yesod is the integration of netzach and hod. Frequently, translated as foundation, yesod is associated with the Biblical figure of Joseph, who is considered a righteous person in the rabbinic pioneer.
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Today is Day 48 of the Omer. Yesod sheb’malchut. Nobility that leads to Foundation. After winning two NCAA championships in three seasons at Kentucky, Nazr Mohammed left college 18 credit hours short of his bachelor’s degree, to become a first round pick of the Philadelphia 76ers. He established himself as a solid backup center, averaging 5.8 … Continue reading Day 48: Nazr Mohammed
Today is 48 days, which is six days and six weeks of the omer: yesod she’b’malchut. A few days ago Daniel and I were texting about malchut (#whatrabbisdo), and I asked him which Biblical figure the sefirah is associated with. King David, he said. Ah, I joked. I guess this might be the week for me to include … Continue reading day 48: spiderman
Today is 42 days, which is six weeks of the omer: malchut she’b’yesod. First: I already wrote about Robinson here. Granted, I probably should have gone next to Mo. But this week was getting a little too East Cost heavy. And yes, while centerfielder Dave Henderson was responsible for one of the most memorable moments in postseason … Continue reading day 42: hendu
Today is Day 41 of the Omer. Yesod sheb’yesod. The ultimate foundation. Every team yearns for a foundational player. The type of player who can carry an offense over a whole season, while being adequate on defense. The type of player who can make their teammates better and still take over in crunch time. The … Continue reading Day 41: Dirk Nowitzki
Today is 41 days, which is six days and five weeks of the omer: yesod she’b’yesod. The credit for today’s pick goes to Rabbi Justin David, whom you’ll get to hear from as a guest writer in a couple of days on Day 43 in an incredibly moving post. Stay tuned! I was at a loss … Continue reading day 41: the convert
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