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Question: I understand that once upon a time it was common to light the menorah at the entrance to one’s home, facing the street. These days this is no longer common, and most people place their menorah in the window instead. That way, everyone can see it...
Of course, you could always paint pictures on the walls. Perhaps even illuminate them from behind. Or use mirrors, even a battery of television screens. But only a tzaddik can be your window
For an informed reading of I Kings 5:26–6:13
The thirty thousand men selected to go to Lebanon and chop the lumber for the construction had an interesting work schedule . . .
The Temple structure was a source of light for the world
The Temple structure was a source of light for the world
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