Gevurah in Yesod - rigor, discipline, and strength in a solid foundation.
Building anything lasting, starting with the ground up, requires discipline. This applies to relationships as well as construction projects.
I have actually managed to ride bicycles to school with my son twice this week - and what a joy. This didn't happen all at once.
The first time Jude and I went for a long bike ride it ended in his tears. That was more than two years ago. Since then I worked with Jude, when he asked, on his bike riding. I often ran miles along side his bike when he dropped the training wheels to help him to gain confidence, listening to his requests for help. Eventually, he became a confident and accomplished cyclist, and did so at his own pace.
Jude's capable cycling is his accomplishment, and I couldn't be prouder. I am grateful that I took the time to step back and be his assistant.
Sometimes rigor is self-control that needs to be used in order to participate in the building of a foundation that lasts.