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Camouflage  
  Camouflage  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 12/10/2017, 11:52
 
Nature is just a camouflage for a more supernatural reality; without emuna, one can be tricked into thinking that bad things happen to good people at random, for no reason…  


The Flickering Lights  
  The Flickering Lights  
 
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Update date: 12/17/2017, 10:24
 
The Halachic aspects of Chanukah lights reflect the nature of the Maccabean struggle against Greek dominance, in both the political and cultural spheres…  


Making the Darkness Glow  
  Making the Darkness Glow  
 
By Lubavitcher Rebbe
Update date: 12/3/2017, 23:53
 
The miracle of Chanukah took place in a time of darkness, when the Greeks, who had conquered the Land of Israel, sought to impose their culture upon its inhabitants...  


Channa Maccabbee  
  Channa Maccabbee  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/15/2020, 15:38
 
What really happened to trigger the miraculous Hasmonean Rebellion? Few know the real story of a young woman’s courage that led to the downfall of the conquering Greeks…  


Breslev Chanuka Customs  
  Breslev Chanuka Customs  
 
By Rabbi Dovid Sears
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:46
 
Rebbe Nachman also states that through the mitzvah of lighting the Chanukah lamp, we internalize holy da’at...  


Chanukah: A Historical Overview  
  Chanukah: A Historical Overview  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:45
 
When the Greeks came to power they introduced a new religion that deified man, whom they considered the supreme being...  


The Struggle Against Hellenism  
  The Struggle Against Hellenism  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/18/2020, 07:33
 
As anshei emuna – believers – we know that Hashem put us in a situation where the odds are always against us. This makes Divine Providence even more apparent...  


The Hidden Lights of Chanukah  
  The Hidden Lights of Chanukah  
 
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Update date: 8/4/2020, 08:32
 
Chanukah lights are not just ordinary lights or a candle burning. They're full of secrets, full of mystery, full of the deepest depths, more than what meets the eye...  


Chanukah and the Paradox of Jewish Unity  
  Chanukah and the Paradox of Jewish Unity  
 
By Rabbi Dovid Sears
Update date: 11/30/2016, 13:34
 
0ne of the most eloquent symbols of this "universalism through particularism" is the Menorah. Above all, it is a symbol of Divine wisdom; as such, it is also a symbol of unity...  


Rebbe Nachman on Chanuka  
  Rebbe Nachman on Chanuka  
 
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 12/24/2016, 23:04
 
Through the mitzvah of kindling the lights of Chanukah we acknowledge the glory of God. His glory is exalted and magnified in the world. Those who were distant from Him...  


The Wheel of Transformation  
  The Wheel of Transformation  
 
By Rabbi Dovid Sears
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
It is like a Dreidle, a spinning top, where everything goes in cycles. Man becomes angel, and angel becomes man. Head becomes foot, and foot...  


A Chanuka Parable  
  A Chanuka Parable  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/11/2020, 07:44
 
With a deep and painful sigh Rebbe Nachman would say, "Woe! How can a few men stand up against the whole world?!" This very day, we see how Rebbe Nachman's..  


Shared Secrets  
  Shared Secrets  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Update date: 12/12/2020, 19:31
 
The pain was unbearable. Excruciating. It was impossible to hide from it. It encroached on every fiber of her being and left her exhausted...  


Just a Little Candle  
  Just a Little Candle  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 12/25/2020, 07:25
 
This might just be the most emotional and inspiring article I’ve ever written. Take a moment to read it, and realize that the fire still burns inside of you, too.  


The Real Provider  
  The Real Provider  
 
By Dennis Rosen
Update date: 12/19/2020, 19:02
 
When we study the message of Chanukah, we’ll discover the master key to earning a good living.  


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