The Omer is counted every evening after nightfall, from the second night of Passover till the night before Shavuot
Forgot to count the Omer at night? Count the following day, but without a blessing. On subsequent nights, continue counting with a blessing as usual.The blessing is made only if every day has been counted; if you missed a day, say the day's count without the blessing.
Omer Count for Shabbat Night April 7, 2018
Week Three 15 Days in the Omer
Week 3 - Correcting the Sefira of Tiferet
Tree of Life
Tiferet, representing Beauty, rests below Keter on the Central Column, and beneath Chesed and Gevurah to the right and left. Tiferet is Beauty because a thing of beauty, whether a sunset, a flower, a poem, or a human mind, must combine wisdom (Chochmah), understanding (Binah) and the luminosity of the Light to exist as such. Tiferet is a thing of beautify because it is the balancing point between the Right (giving) and Left (receiving) Columns, and without the symmetry of balance, there can be no beauty. Tiferet, thus contains all aspects of the world in which we live. Tiferet teaches us to share and when to receive. Tiferet represents that elusive balance between judgment and mercy that allows a parent to discipline their child out of love instead of out of reactive anger.