Content by Rabbi Jon Spira-Savett
Sometimes Torah is a light powerful like the sun. But today, the light of Torah we need is more like the light of the moon.
Observing the rains and the water cycle led our ancestors to a new idea – that there was a unity to every form of water and every facet of the cycle.
Glimmers are the opposite of triggers. A glimmer is a micro-event that quickly brings us to wholeness and tranquility, by suddenly cuing up a memory of connection or awe.
On Chanukkah, we are all challenged not to take the many hours of darkness each day at face value.