Tuesday, December 12, 2017

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The One Light of Chanukah

by Reb Gutman Locks


     The light that comes from the sun bounces off the water making it seem to be many lights, but those "many" lights are really many reflections of the one light.

     On Chanukah the many candles, the many flames, make it seem that there are many lights, but the light that comes from them is always one.

     Whether it comes from a single source, or from many places, light is always one. This is why "Light Without End" (Ohr Ein Sof) is sometimes used as a Name for Hashem. No matter what happens He is always One. But Hashem is not simply the Light Without End. He is the source of the Light Without End.


And the Jews Had Light

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The One Light of Chanukah 

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