VideoJew gets shaved
For the record, I didn’t grow a beard for this video. I did it for God.
49 days of counting between Passover and Shavuot (the holiday which
celebrates receiving the Torah at Mt. Sinai)
Hundreds of years later, a plague broke out during the Omer, which
killed many students of the famous Rabbi Akiva
As a result the Omer is observed with light mourning This means no parties, weddings, musical instruments or haircuts
On the 33rd of the Omer, the death stopped, which is why for that
one day, we’re allowed to break our observances and celebrate life.
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But as happy as I am that its gone, I’ve never missed something so much in
my life, from the way it itched during 80% of my day, to the way it always
saved foot particles for a mid-day snack. It’s gone now, but I still have
another 16 days to nurture its second coming.
Until then, Happy Lag B’omer!