What does a story teller give as gifts for Chanukah?
Stories of course.
The Season of Lights – Chanukah is coming very quickly as it begins at Sundown on December 12, 2017. Most people in the Jewish communities throughout the world can rattle off a list of Chanukah traditions such as lighting the menorah each night; playing dreidel games; eating foods cooked in oil (latkes and Sufganiot); and exchanging gifts.
The age-old tradition of telling stories in the glow of the Chanukah menorah is fading as people turn to their cell phone, computers and social media. The stories carry messages of greatness, nobility, and wisdom while at the same time raising the hopes for a better tomorrow.
Please read and enjoy the stories below aboutChanukah. Share them with others, comment, join in a discussion, or just “like” the stories and tell us which are your favorites.
Chanukah during the Holocaust, 20th Century Miracle – An Article from 1981
Chanukah and Passover are celbrations of freedom. What do they have in common?Chanukah – Egypt – Passover: Is There a Connection
The Jewish people have fought throughout history for faith, Chanuka and the Fighters
Chanukah is a celebration of Jewish Women, Chanukah: The Dedication of Jewish women
The flame of faith burns bright on Chanukah, The Chanukah Flame of Faith
Dreidel is more than just a game, The Mystery of the Dreidel
a short Chanukah story about growth and self improvement, A short Chanukah story, Can One Fix a Spirit on Chanukah
There is more to see than just the menorah, Chanukah Lights and the Blessings of Sight, allows one to see others in a special light.
The lights of the menorah warms people to their very soul and brings about Shalom Bayis, Torah and the Menorah of Peace
May all your tales end with Shalom (peace)
Tell it to your children, and let your children tell it to their children, and their children to the next generation. (Joel 1:3) Please share these gifts of wonderful stories with others and start or join a discussion on the Story Tour Blog about the stories.
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