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Chanukah Menorah

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Chanukah Menorah: The eight-branched menorah (candelabra) kindled on Chanukah commemorating the miracle of Chanukah.
Make Light!
The menorah lighting was instituted as a publicity strategy: advertising to the entire world that G‑d makes miracles for those who stand up for truth and justice. Find out how this mitzvah is done . . .
How to light the Chanukah menorah
Do-It-Yourself Chanukah
Simple-to-follow instructions on how to do the mitzvah of lighting the menorah on Chanukah.
A lesson in metaphysics
Are things as they appear to be? Or is everything also its opposite? Is heat hot? Or is it cold as well? Is ice fire? And am I no-thing?
Kabbalistic meditations on Chanukah show that redemption depends on consciousness
I was in a bit of a hurry, so I didn’t get into it, but I would still like to know: what is the story with electric menorahs?
The Talmud on Chanukah, Lesson 2
One to Eight or Eight to One?
This class will be examining the Talmud’s discussion on how many Chanukah lights should be kindled on each night of Chanukah. Explore the different opinions and possibilities and their respective reasoning. If you think it’s simple, then it may be a lot m...
Intermediate Talmud: Tractate Shabbat, Lesson 9
Is the Menorah for the Home or for the Outside?
In this class the Talmud addresses the ideal place to light the Chanukah menorah to broadcast the miracle, as well as other ways to fulfill the basic requirement.
Intermediate Talmud: Tractate Shabbat, Lesson 8
Beautifying the Mitzvah of Kindling the Menorah
The Talmud discusses the basic requirement for kindling the Chanukah menorah, and then proceeds to present the more optimal and ideal fashion (known as ‘mehadrin’). Discover the nuanced distinctions in the reasoning offered by the sages.
For the hundred Jews or so, the only recognition of the holiday of Chanukah was this one small electric menorah...
Interpreting "Mehadrin Min Hamehadrin" in Lighting the Chanukah Menorah
Why Do We Light One More Candle Each Night?
The school of Hillel says that the very best way (mehardin min hamehadrin) of lighting the menorah is to add one more candle each night. The Talmud gives two reasons for this approach: a) because of the dictum that we increase in matters of holiness and b...
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