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This is Your Light

Examining the Jewish contribution to Western civilization. With a Chanukah tie-in.

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Visitor Comments: 13

(13) theo, December 22, 2011 3:02 PM

truth is beautiful and eternal

How beautiful is our heritage What a powerful message and so clearly illustrated Thank you , thank you

(12) BY teen gal(DM), December 14, 2011 1:30 AM

wow as i saw this i wanted to cry! it made me sooooooooooooo proud 2 b a jew! i wanted to just show it to the world put it in the middle of time square and shout at the world to look how perfect judisam is! as a teenage bias yakov gal struggling quietly with the fundamental bases of yidishkite and yet i go 2 a regular bias yakov school cuz my family nearly relizes (98L) i found this to be inspirering and important! thank you for making this video

(11) Sue, December 8, 2011 3:43 PM

The Fire and the Flame

"Israel is called fire, as it is written: 'The house of Jacob shall be fire.' " Exodus Rabbah 15:6 The mystery of the season(Kislev) is that we are flames (light is not only outside us but inside us as well.), burning with a spirit that transcends weather(we ourselves are the fires of the winter season). We prepare to kindle flames for Hanukkah, preparing to live as if we too could see the flame at the heart of existence.

(10) Fred Fuchs, December 7, 2011 6:18 PM



(9) anonymous, December 10, 2010 5:51 PM


I recently saw the hour presentation of this excellent program, and this was masterfully done; it would be worthwhile if you get a chance to see the "world perfect" presentation

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