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Yitzchok Moully creates what he calls "hasidic pop art." About this design Yitzchok says, "The dreidel: a symbol of Hanukkah that the children in ancient times used as a decoy while hiding from the Greek soldiers and studying Torah. Today the dreidel is a Hanukkah toy beloved by everyone, that just might spin us to a new perspective on the freedoms we enjoy today."

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Found in: Hanukkah, Gift Giving, Hanukkah Candle Lighting

Tags: candle lighting, art

How to Forgive: Opening Our Hearts in Elul

Why is forgiveness so hard? How can Jewish texts help us grapple with this complicated, heart-opening process?

Join Rabbi Vivie Mayer and Ritualwell for an online course on forgiveness in preparation for Yom Kippur. In three sessions during the month of Elul, we will study, connect, and create as we immerse in the topic of forgiveness. 

Wednesdays, 12pm–1:15pm EST, August 8, 15, 22

Register by August 1st and receive 10% off D'vorah Horn's new Teshuvah Cardsa perfect complement to the course!