Category: Hanukkah Candle Lighting

Meryl’s Menorah Method: Writing by Candlelight
By Meryl Branch-McTiernan
December 16, 2020
On the fourth day of
Intersections of Lights: Kwanzaa & Hanukkah
By Dr. Tarece Johnson
November 30, 2018
Celebrating the intersections of Black and Jewish culture, creativity and resilience
We Will Rise: Hanukkah Lights for Dark Times
By Rabbi Yael Levy
December 12, 2017
As the light increases, we declare: We will rise. In the face of ruin, amid the rubble, we will rise together.
Seeking Light #After Cancer
By Rabbi Ilana Garber
December 6, 2015
They kept telling me that once we got through the terrible summer, the “summer of yuck” as we called it, that I would find light, happiness and health. They tried to reassure me, as we checked each week of chemo off the calendar, that I was one step closer to relief, to a happy ending, to life after cancer. They promised – everyone promised – that I’d feel better, that I’d resume work and parenting and everything in between, and that I’d be able to put cancer far behind me and move on.
There is a Light
December 13, 2012
I notice how the increased light in my window is mirrored in my body, in my own “inner chambers,” and I feel great anticipation for this new phase of life.

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