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A new Shabbat practice created to share light with all of whom are suffering unjustly.
two shabbat candles are lit as someone's hands wave in the light of Shabbat
A beautiful kavannah (intention) for lighting Shabbat candles.
split screen of two photos, one of light-skinned woman with short brown hair, hands open over lit shabbat candles, second image same woman has her hands over her face blessing the shabbat candles
A new Hanukkah blessing for 2023/5784.
a hanukkiah with lit candles
A candle-lighting ritual for Pride, including opportunities for celebration and introspection
hands-with-black-nail-polish-holding-bright-colored-candles
“For a short while the lights mingle harmoniously”
lighting all white hanukkah candles in window with reflection of candles
“I look to the next candle in line, / still alive with yellow glow and hope”
fully lit hanukkiyah in the dark with another hanukiyah in the background that appears to be a reflection of the first
New ritual and meditations after Shabbat candle lighting
split screen of two photos, one of light-skinned woman with short brown hair, hands open over lit shabbat candles, second image same woman has her hands over her face blessing the shabbat candles
This poem emerged from an exploration of the component words of Kislev: kis (pocket) and lev (heart)
smiling asian kid with black long hair holding a glowing heart that appears to be made out of wire with glowing lights in the background
“If human soul is divine flame, / how can we draw close / to what flickers”
close up of white hand holding lit candle in glass holder

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