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He redeemed my soul with peace, from the battle that came upon me; for many were with me
Psalms 55:19

Upcoming Holiday:

Chanukah

November 28 - December 6, 2021

Weekly Magazine
When we kindle our Chanukah candles each year, the light that glows is the spirit of faith and determination of the Maccabees.
If there was enough oil to last for one day, the miracle of Chanukah was the seven additional days, so why kindle Chanukah candles for eight?
Rabbi Moses Sofer, known as the Chatam Sofer (1762–1839), writes that in most synagogues that he visited, they lit with beeswax. Was this ideal?
Is there any escape from mother guilt and feeling lousy?
Are there any issues I should be careful to avoid when approaching religious Jews on the topic of sustainability?
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