Yesod of Netzach - Bonding in Endurance. Actualize the positive resolution you made on Day 25 by acting on it today, in full awareness of your soul’s enduring strength and energy.
Hod of Netzach - Humility in Endurance. As you awake, offer gratitude to God for your soul’s ability to endure despite trying challenges. Draw on this intentionality throughout the day.
From Rabbi Jill Hammer's "Omer Calendar of Biblical Women":
In ancient Israel, the position of the queen mother was an important political office. When the names of the kings of Judah and Israel are listed, the names of the queen mothers always appear as well. When one of the last of the kings of Judah, Yehoyachin, is exiled to Babylon, the Bible mentions that his mother, Nechushta, daughter of Elnatan, is exiled with him.
We don't know anything about Nechushta but her name. Nechushta, “the bronze one,” reminds us of the bronze serpents Moses uses to heal the Israelites in the wilderness (Num. 21:4–9). Nechushta’s name is a reminder of the healing that the Shekhinah can bring. A midrash about Nechushta claims that her doors were always open. Perhaps her doors remained open in exile so that, like the bronze serpent, she could nourish and heal the other exiles. Nechushta is hod shebe'netzach, the humility, glory and grace we exhibit when we endure. We are most like Nechushta when we find ways of nurturing trust and healing in a broken world.
Tiferet of Netzach - Harmony in Endurance. Exercise patience with someone who usually makes you impatient.
Gevurah of Netzach - Discipline in Endurance. Take the first step toward breaking one negative habit today.
Chesed of Netzach - Lovingkindness in Endurance. When fighting for something you believe in, ensure that your efforts are conducted in a loving manner.
Malchut of Tiferet - Nobility in Discipline. Rather than giving financial charity, help the needy help themselves in a way that strengthens personal dignity.
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Yesod of Tiferet - Bonding in Harmony. Ensure that something eternal is built as a result of your compassion.
(Below - M.C. Escher "Swans" Wood engraving 1956)
Hod of Tiferet - Humility in Harmony. Express compassion anonymously, without taking personal credit.
Netzach of Tiferet - Endurance in Harmony. Take a moment to reach out to someone who needs a compassionate word.