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 Lag B Lag B'Omer
 
 
Building Bonfires  
  Building Bonfires  
 
By Yehudit Levy
Publish date: 4/22/2013, 21:51
 
It is so easy to be introspective upon the bad we do, the mistakes we make, the misgivings we have. Yet how many of us do any introspection upon our good points?  


The Fires of Lag B  
  The Fires of Lag B'Omer  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Publish date: 4/22/2013, 21:33
 
Is the purpose of the bon-fires on Lag B’Omer mainly to consume all the accumulated garden waste? Or is there a deeper reason behind lighting fires on this holy day?  


The Final Countdown  
  The Final Countdown  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 4/6/2013, 21:36
 
Last year was the second year that I counted all the way through. But the inner significance or meaning of why each day needed to be counted? I was still clueless...  


Soothing the National Pain  
  Soothing the National Pain  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/10/2009, 00:38
 
Israel has a long list of aches and troubles, from within and from without. Yet, the unity of Lag B’Omer soothes the national pain. That in itself is reason to celebrate.  


Rashbi’s Passing  
  Rashbi’s Passing  
 
By Rabbi Moshe Miller
Publish date: 4/27/2010, 14:17
 
Lag B’omer is the yahrtzeit, the anniversary of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai’s exit from the physical world. The Zohar in Idra Zuta gives a moving account of what happened…  


On Haircuts and Accountability  
  On Haircuts and Accountability  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
My thoughts returned to my newfound friend. I virtuously continued, "Turn it over to God. Pray to Him, do what you have to do to rectify the situation...  


Sefirat HaOmer and Lag B  
  Sefirat HaOmer and Lag B'Omer  
 
By L. Katz
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Lag means 33. On the 33rd day of the Counting of the Omer (Lag B'Omer), we stop our mourning for the day...  


Praising the Chef - Lag B  
  Praising the Chef - Lag B'Omer  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Under the influence of the upper spirit and only momentarily before his departure from the flesh, Rashbi revealed the secrets of the Idra Zuta...  


Meron on Lag B  
  Meron on Lag B'Omer  
 
By Dovid Rossoff
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Families came from as far away as Damascus and Baghdad. Bonfires were lit in honor of the Rashbi, and the men danced to the beat of drums and flutes...  


Counting The Hours  
  Counting The Hours  
 
By Libi Astaire
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
"This clock tells us that we are one hour closer to the coming of Mashiach and the Final Redemption," Reb Yissachar Dov continued. "When I heard this clock's...  


Lag B  
  Lag B'Omer 1923  
 
By Rabbi Yerachmiel Tilles
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
The word spread quickly. Almost instantaneously, melancholy gloom replaced the exuberant rejoicing. The singing stopped, the dancers froze; the mother's...  


RASHBI - Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai  
  RASHBI - Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai is best known as the author of the Zohar, the classic work of Kabbalah. Explaining God's hidden mysteries, the Kabbalistic tradition was part of...  


Breslov Lag B  
  Breslov Lag B'Omer Customs  
 
By Rabbi Dovid Sears
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
On the Shabbat before Lag b'Omer in the Breslover communities of Yerushalayim, Williamsburg, Monsey, and Borough Park...  


Sefirat HaOmer  
  Sefirat HaOmer  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
In the time of the Bait Hamikdash (The Holy Temple), on the second day of Pesach / Passover, (the 16th of Nisan), the Korbon "Omer" was offered.  


 
 
  
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