Christmas may not be “my” holiday, but that doesn’t mean I can’t celebrate it. It’s not about religion, but about values.
In dark times, we can feel a desire to enlighten the world. But before we turn on all the lights, we must take care to light our own inner light.
What do you stand for? The answer isn’t just a matter of words; it’s a function of action. What you do shows what you believe and what you value.
The original intention behind giving Chanukah gifts offers a roadmap for how to give gifts that teach values and nurture the soul.
On Chanukah we use a helper candle to light the candles. Here are 8 lessons we learn from this helper candle, called the shamash.
The truth is not revealed to our eyes; it is revealed to our heart and souls. We know that something is true because we feel it.
More than merely a holiday that marks days with lights and presents, Chanukah offers us the opportunity to practice dedicating ourselves to each moment with presence.