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Thursday, 16 Heshvan, 5780
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Share the Light

A new Chanuka video produced by Mendy Pellin, entitled 'Light Effects,' contains a powerful message. It has been personalized by scores of shluchim. Video

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this vid is super cool
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this vid is super cool

the message of chanukah is really expressed well in a new and meaningful manner. well done to the producers!!

Nice video
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Nice video

the last guy is lighting a lit menorah 😉

Mendy does it again!
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Mendy does it again!

Mendy, thank you for making a difference in this world! Your spark has lit up thousands of souls.

Who’s that gorgeous blond boy btw? He’s got a nice future ahead of him.

wow
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wow

very nice!

Are we promoting that women light Chanukah candles??
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Are we promoting that women light Chanukah candles??
YES YOU CAN
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YES YOU CAN

YES YOU CAN
MAKE A GOOD VIDEO

Go mendy!
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Go mendy!

you seriously rock the world!
you do it again! make a differnce ot the world. and to number 5 you dont always have to post a negatvie comment, its for shluchim, not you! yes, im a shliach, and i am definitally going to get this video for my web site, and btw if you only have men i think women will feel left out. and also if you look in the shevach hamoadim in chanulah you will see that its a chabad custom for girls not to light the menorah but other people do!

WOW!
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WOW!

Mendy Pelin, I know this won`t get to your head ;so I`ll say it: YOU ARE VERY TALENTED!! Kein Ayin Hara. But my favourite which gives me a ton of laughs everytime I see it is the Breslov clip with Mattisyahu. Keep on bringing on the laughs ,smiles and in this clip the tears. A secret admirer from Toronto. Mashiach Now!

To 5
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To 5

Women certainly may light Chanukah candles if they are not being lit by a the male of the household.

Adam Curry
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Adam Curry

This video has convinced me that it’s finally time for me to move to Malibu

adding to 9
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adding to 9

and there are households without men (divorce, widows, etc).
they don’t need to feel like they are second class just because their lives aren’t ideal.

That was beautiful!
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That was beautiful!

And to are we promoting women lighting chanukah candles, why shouldn’t they – and for many who else will do it – stop finding nothing to pick at!

does turtle know?
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does turtle know?

why is she lighting the licht by herself is she still in australia or is turtle still in italy

to 5
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to 5

most of ashkenaz have the minhag officialy that women light. practicaly not all do. shauvinist

women lighting
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women lighting

i remember one chanukah where the rebbe promoted women and girls lighting even though i was not married and heard it from my father and brothers …..

nice job!!
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nice job!!

love the video but not the choice of song

Aussie
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Aussie

there are people in australia too you know.

Brilliant!
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Brilliant!

Keep lighting up the world! All our shluchim need to have this powerful, yet subtle message blasting from their web sites!

great job!
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great job!

love it!!!!! really gives over the message

The video gave me chills as I watched.
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The video gave me chills as I watched.

I loved this video. You did an outstanding job and the message is soooooo true. This year lets all light the world as never before. Thank you, Mendy!

powerful
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powerful

hi really nice and powerful message – keep up the good work

Married women Should light Menorah it seems according to The Rebbe
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Married women Should light Menorah it seems according to The Rebbe

Taken from Sefer Haminhogim footnote 623. The question has been asked as to why only men and not women light separately; the answer has been proposed that one’s wife is virtually identical with oneself (Menachos 93b), and it would not be proper for a daughter to light a menorah when her mother does not. I find this reasoning highly improbable. More plausible is the observation in Mishmeres Shalom 48:2, that since many women are unable to recite the blessings, it became the custom that women in general fulfill this obligation through others. (Cf. the Acharonim at the end of sec.… Read more »

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