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May 29
28 Iyar

Today is
43 Days,
which is
6 weeks and 1 day
of the Omer

May 30
29 Iyar

Today is
44 Days,
which is
6 weeks and 2 days
of the Omer

May 30
29 Iyar

Today is
44 Days,
which is
6 weeks and 2 days
of the Omer

May 31
1 Sivan

Today is
45 Days,
which is
6 weeks and 3 days
of the Omer

May 24
23 Iyar

Today is
38 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 3 days
of the Omer

May 25
24 Iyar

Today is
39 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 4 days
of the Omer

May 25
24 Iyar

Today is
39 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 4 days
of the Omer

May 26
25 Iyar

Today is
40 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 5 days
of the Omer

May 26
25 Iyar

Today is
40 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 5 days
of the Omer

May 27
26 Iyar

Today is
41 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 6 days
of the Omer

May 27
26 Iyar

Today is
41 Days,
which is
5 weeks and 6 days
of the Omer

May 28
27 Iyar

Today is
42 Days,
which is
6 weeks
of the Omer

May 28
27 Iyar

Today is
42 Days,
which is
6 weeks
of the Omer

May 29
28 Iyar

Today is
43 Days,
which is
6 weeks and 1 day
of the Omer

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Our Sages teach that if a person assists another to act in a righteous manner, it is the same as having performed the righteous deed themselves, twice.  “Being an accomplice” to the deed, along with other things is often referred to as "having a share in another person's Torah". (Gemara: Avodah Zara 2b)  Rabbi Sha'ul stated that each person into whose life he had poured himself was a result of his spiritual investment… a letter, not written by ink but by the Spirit of G-d, which was "known and read of all men" (2 Cor 3:2-3).  In Hebrews 12:10 it states that we have the ability to be partakers in the holiness of G-d Himself.

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