I’m happy to share my Omer Counting Guide for 2013. I can’t believe this is the 7th year I’ve done this. Better still, I’m happy that people are still asking for it! In writing this (brief) post, I forgot that last year, I had an article published in the URJ’s 10 Minutes of Torah series. I talked about the musical treatment of the counting, whereas Dr. Richard Sarason wrote in his article about the origin of the counting and its execution throughout history. There’s some really good music to be heard there, so please give it a read if you weren’t able to last year!

Feel free to print out the guide and leave it on the pulpit. I do it so I don’t have to remember what day goes where! If you find use for it, let me know! Download yours today! (This year’s guide is brought to you courtesy of Make Tech Better, Inc.!)

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