“Hanukkah falls at a time of year when the light of day cannot overcome the dark hours of the night…  What could it mean for people of faith to kindle the hearts and souls of one another so that our passion for justice and freedom arises from within, lifts us up, fortifies our work, strengthens our spirits and illuminates the world? 

May the memories of those we have lost, the commitment to legislative battles yet to be won, and the burden and yoke of our work keep the fire in our souls burning and ascending long after the flames of the Hanukkah Menorah are extinguished.”
Rabbi Lisa Gelber


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