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Hanukkah & the Amazing Miracle of Snow

What makes something a miracle?

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Visitor Comments: 7

(7) Anonymous, December 25, 2016 9:52 PM

thank you

Thank you. it is easy to forget with all the lighting, the donuts and the talk of miracles, that wrong actually much thank Hashem! we must see and the celebrate the miracles of chanukah but not forget to see the Hand behind them! thank you for reminding me to do so! chanukah sameach!

(6) FRANK KURTZ, December 25, 2016 2:59 PM


(5) Anonymous, December 25, 2016 2:48 PM

Thank you - grateful for the good in our lives.

Thank you. This was a wonderful way to start the day
I worry about a chronic condition of my son's, and it reminds me to focus on the fact that he is actually healthy and functioning - not to focus on something bad that COULD happen, but to be grateful for the good health that he/we are enjoying.

(4) virginia mccorkle, December 22, 2016 10:28 PM

many blessings on you for this Most loving message!

Thank you for this wonderful re-minder that everything is a miracle--not just the extra-ordinary, but the simple, the ordinary--breath, heartbeat, ambulation, vision/hearing/taste/touch--each opens a world for us, yet how we choose to SEE it can also be a miracle provided we choose to see w/the same LOVE that created us, that gave us the gift of sight/reason/understanding, compassion, kindness, etc.. May your message be heard on all levels so that it's vision is clearly realized.

(3) Anonymous, December 22, 2016 9:44 PM


Thank you Rav Gav- nice message!

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