Lessons of Light and Hope

Hanukkah, the festival of lights, offers lessons of light and hope. Discover how to cultivate these in your life.

obatala

12/17/2009 04:07:16 PM

Thank you Rabbi for the inspiring words. Happy Hanukkah!!

Armwar

12/13/2009 10:57:10 AM

Very beautiful, inspiring. Thanks, Rabbi...Gail Hirschfield M.D.

parklea60

12/12/2009 04:47:01 PM

hereticprincess says,I agree, even as someone who doesn't believe in god..i its always good to have hope, etc. I ask the question,where do you place your hope? in Humankind, Space, Luck, Yourself? in order to change Universal Truths. I have no idea of the beginning source of all things from vacuum, but for me I call this, and all connections, "both you and I" and all things as being that which I call God, and of which we are a sacred part of our highest consciousness, the truth is within all the polarities of life, and we will both experience the consequences, and growth from our own choices, when I pray to this total source and light, and energy, that I call God I cannot go any higher, and accept a spiritual direction, rather than the fear of not being in control.

hereticprincess

12/12/2009 01:28:08 PM

I agree, even as someone who doesn't believe in god..i its always good to have hope, etc.

bricksblock

12/12/2009 06:09:11 AM

This is an excellent article for people of all faiths.

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