24 Kiselev 5772
Here I am, posing in December Israeli sunshine. Blooming roses are all around the country.
Tonight I'll be lighting the first Hanuka/Chanuka candle. In 2011, Hanukah begins at sundown on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 - the start of 25 Kislev. The last night of Hanukah 2011 is sundown on Tuesday, December 27. The happy holiday ends at nightfall on December 28, coinciding with the start of the Jewish month Tevet.
Holidays are hard for unhappy people, and harder still for ill people in emotional or physical pain. Here's how to make their Hanuka happier:
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