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It is validating to know that this world is dark and cold, but we can never forget that we were deliberately sent here to illuminate our surroundings.
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Spirituality in and of itself is not enough to satiate the Jewish soul, which seeks a unity with G-d that transcends a mere servant-master relationship.
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Chanukah is a universal story of moral and spiritual victory, reflected by light prevailing over darkness. Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this quick video on the global meaning of Chanukah.
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Many lessons can be gleaned from Parshat Behaalotcho, three of which I learned from my father: light, independence and perseverance.
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Learn a new perspective you will see everything, even your difficulties and pain, as powerful reservoirs of inverted energy, waiting to be released.
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Do we rise up to G-d, or does G-d descend to us? On Chanukah G-d descends to us an expression of G-d’s great love for His people.
Enjoy these Jewish mystical teachings on light, by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, best-selling author of “Toward a Meaningful Life”.
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Purim celebrates the salvation of a singular people: Torah, the festivals, circumcision and tefillin are symbols of Jewish uniqueness.
Chanukah is commemorated with oil. On Purim we celebrate with wine.
Aaron is the prototype for man’s responsibility for the spiritual elevation of his fellows, which reflects his role as kindler of the menorah in the Temple