Have you made yourself available to Ha'Shem? Are you living in a way that pleases and is in service to Him, and that allows those around you to see His Chesed?
Open yourself up and tell Ha'Shem "Hineni"! Here I am Father!
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This Chanukah season and throughout the year, remember to let the light of your chesed shine like your chanukiot to brighten the lives of our fellow humans! Remember to love one another as HaShem loves us!
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Such a powerful picture and story! ❤
Read the story below! 👇
Remember and learn from our history! 🔯
Chag Sameach L'Chanukah! 🕎...
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"It was on a Friday afternoon right before Shabbat that this photo was taken. My grandmother realized that this was a historic photo, and she wrote on the back of the photo that ‘their flag wishes to see the death of Judah, but Judah will always survive, and our light will outlast their flag.’ My grandfather, the rabbi of the Kiel community, was making many speeches, both to Jews and Germans. To the Germans he warned that the road they were embarking on was not good for Jews or Germans, and to the Jews he warned that something terrible was brewing, and they would do well to leave Germany. My grandfather fled Germany in 1933, and moved to Israel. His community came to the train station to see him off, and before departed he urged his people to flee Germany while there’s still time.” - Yehudah Mansbuch
✨Written on the back of the photo: “Chanukah, 5692. ‘Judea dies’, thus says the banner. ‘Judea will live forever’, thus respond the lights”.
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Humans of Judaism
Tuesday evening is the first candle for Chanukah. Our congregation will be celebrating late on Friday evening, December 22, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rotunda. Bring your Chanukah menorah and candles and join us for candle lighting, latkes, cookies, challah, wine and juice.
Join our friends at Temple Adat Shalom of Poway, www.adatshalom.com and
POINT - Poway Interfaith Team along with members of other local faith traditions for the "9th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service".
"Make new friends and enjoy refreshments after the service. Donations of non-perishable food or cash, as well as checks payable to "Poway Interfaith Team" will go to Interfaith Community Services in Escondido. Call 858.487.8885 with any questions."