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Weekday Mincha followed by Maariv:
15 minutes before sunset
“Aish of the Rockies is celebrating and thanking Hashem for 25 years of accomplishments and impact. We are celebrating 25 years of caring, learning, and growing together.”
– Rabbi Yaakov Meyer, Founder and Rabbi
While eating my Oreo-filled donut, I’m going to look at the tiny flickering flames and ponder all of God’s kindnesses.
Like her protagonist, Jean Meltzer suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and is a proud Jew who happens to love the Christmas season.
“On a scale of one to 10, how would you rank your pain?” the nurse asked. “Ten thousand,” I said.
For years Ksenia Coffman has been fighting to correct pro-Nazi distortions on Wikipedia.
Why do we go all out thanking God for the small miracle of the oil?
Let’s skip to the good part!
Most timeless traditions aren’t that old, but so what? They play an important role in celebrating the holiday.
Self-mutilation as a Jewish cultural strategy and the sad history of the Yevsektsiya.