In a dark world, you must be the light.
Questions and ideas to discuss each night as you light your menorah.
The Maccabees’ eternal lessons for preserving Jewish continuity and pride.
A Jewish princess does not wait for her prince.
The Maccabees taught us that immobilizing perfectionism leaves no room for God.
Shoot for the stars or be more realistic? Two perspectives reflected in the Chanukah light.
The menorah's flames remind us that technology is but a gift from God.
The Greeks wanted to tear out the heart of Judaism and reduce it to mere symbolism.
The heart of fire contains the unifying power of peace.
The seven branches represent the seven channels of spiritual self-expression, which can change you forever.
The distinction between the natural and the miraculous is only one of human perception. Everything that occurs is really a miracle.
The Human Potential Movement celebrates the power of man. Chanukah celebrates the power of the Divine.
What motivated the Maccabees to dare and take on the best organized, most powerful military machine in the world?
To be a brilliant source of light, you don't have to be brighter than all the other stars.
Time-traveling with an army general and a CNN correspondent back to the Jewish revolt against the Greeks.
The meaning of the special prayer of gratitude recited on Chanukah.
Regardless of the insecurity, unpredictability, and appearance of hopelessness, as Jews we need to leave tomorrow to God.
In many ways America is the cultural by-product of ancient Greece.
Being a role model for Jewish values is truly the gift of a lifetime.