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The wick would flare and die. The oil is difficult to ignite at all. But when brought together in the lamp, they produce a steady flame. And so it is in the of the "a lamp of G-d" that is our soul
In a fascinating conversation, the Rebbe shares with Yehuda Avner what is the role of a Rebbe.
Many old-timers recall the custom for children to carry a candle stuck into an apple on top of a flag.
Instead of dropping the match upon a flat surface, should place it down standing diagonally, allowing it to fully burn out.
But I have observed that some boxes of Neronim come with metal “lids,” specially designed to raise the candle above the troublesome spike.
It seems that the approach to an electrical chandelier should be the same as to a conventional oil-and-wick candelabra.
Chanukah Menorah: 9 (or 8) Candles A Chanukah menorah (also known as a chanukiah) has nine candles: eight candles in a row, and one helper candle, known as a shamash, which is set apart from the others. Every night of Chanukah, we kindle an additional lig...
While in the forest, thieves came upon me, took all my money and said they were going to kill me...
Winning on Enemy Territory
Go out into the dark and make it shine. Let it shine even to those who aren’t looking for it. To those who don’t know they’re missing it.
The Swaying Candle
When we praise G‑d, we do so with all of our being: the mind, heart, and mouth express the prayer through speech, and the rest of the body does so by moving.
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