About The Author
Rabbi Yaacov Haber is a highly respected leader in Jewish education, presently serving as the Rav of Kehillas Shivtei Yeshurun in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel. He is the co-founder of Mosaica Press and has also established numerous educational organizations. His energy, scholarship, and creativity continue to inspire all those who meet him to grow and reach higher to become their best selves.
love this book. So much good easy practical information through the lens of Kabbalah.
Jennifer Bahssin –
Loved using this guide along with Simon Jacobson’s during the 49 day daily counting of the Omer period. Look forward to using it again next year. Nice & concise & packed with practical wisdom.
Practical applications for the yemi hasifira. Was extremely helpful and insightful.
This is the third year that I’ve read this book during the sefira and every time I get more out of it.
i liked this book because it has given me meaning about the sefirah and it is kabbalistic and it talks about something higher than people.
DEBRA H –
The book is a blessing for Counting the Omer. Thanks
Do not hesitate to read this book during sefira! It will change your life!
Joy Benjamin –
The cover is a simple colorful one, which gives it a respectable sefer-like look. When flipping through the pages, you can see that each sefira is printed with a different shade. The layout of each “day” is clear, with a summary of the essence and “Action Points”.
For a long time, I have been working on the idea that life is 3D. Meaning that in order to be the best you can be, you have to work in 3 areas – With God, With Others and With Yourself. In Sefiros, there are practical suggestions for how to grow in each area, each day.
This book is for growing people. For someone who wants to better understand sefiros and/or the time period of sefiras ha’omer. It can be learned as a daily/nightly read throughout the 49 days, or it can be stretched and appreciated throughout the year.
Being that this book is a serious book, I’d say pick it up only if you want to genuinely learn. Its not watered down. I think it can be appreciated by children when parents use it as a teaching tool.
This is a basic, yet complex book to own, learn and cherish throughout sefiras ha’omer specifically, but is also valuable throughout the year. It is a classic which I highly recommend.