How to Create Hope
By Rabbi Brad Hirschfield
In the middle of a cold December, it can be hard to focus on light and hope. But there are ancient stories to remind us that miracles come at the most unexpected times. As Jews around the world prepare to observe the eight days of Hanukkah, all of us are invited to celebrate the fact that we can find light and warmth at even the coldest, darkest times of the year and in our lives. Discover how to cultivate that possibility throughout the year with these simple steps.
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