Life to the Max Hanukkah Celebration Ends Tonight

December 8th, 2010 by Robin Reynolds

It’s been fun playing with the dogs during the last eight nights.  If you were celebrating Hanukkah, we hope you had nights of warm gatherings and quiet introspection.  As we close this portion of our online celebration, we want to leave you with this thought:

Love shines like a light in the darkness

and darkness cannot overcome it.

We are called to share our light through acts of love.

As each candle gives its flame to the other,

see how its own light increases.

A candle is a small thing,

but together we can light the world.

3 Responses to “Life to the Max Hanukkah Celebration Ends Tonight”

  1. cristina says:

    how i love that thoughts that love shines like a light in darkness,also love guide you

  2. Basri Emini says:

    This article is good. I love the thought “A candle is a small thing,

    but together we can light the world.” but less talk about what’s with the celebration of Hanukkah.

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