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Getting to Know Your Candles – a Hanukkah Writing Workshop with Emily Stern – NIGHT 4 2020

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December 1, 2021

Come write a poem as an intention for your 4 candles! In this series of videos for Hanukkah, Emily offers a different teaching and writing exercise for “getting to know your candles” for lighting Hanukkah candles each night. Corresponding to the number of candles we light each night, these teachings and writing prompts are to help you get in touch with your personal intention and cultivate a unique relationship with your candles each night. On this 4th night of Hanukkah, learn about a fascinating alternate pronunciation for the word Hanukah taught by the Chassidic masters. In this two part writing prompt, you will write a poem about the eternal in your life for lighting 4 Hanukkah candles.

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