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Chanukah: Light and Warmth

Yehudit (in English, sales Judy) is the heroine of Chanukah. She beheaded Aloforni, the Greek commander-in-chief. Where do you get such a girl?!

Heroine sounds like heroin, pronounced the same. Every evil has its corresponding good. Heroin, C17H17NO(C2H3O2)2, atomic number 196 = 142.

14 = David. The full 142, David squared, is King David’s full power to overcome the enemies of Israel. Yehudit possessed that power.

Before killing Aloforni Yehudit fed him cheese to make him drowsy. Narcotics were common in ancient Greek culture. Aloforni was on dope.

You have to be a dope to take dope. Jews are not dopes. Whoever says that some great Rabbis took dope is an utter dope. Wake up!

A professor at Hebrew U says that Moses was on dope when he received the Ten Commandments. He is a dope. But at least he believes in Moses.

The Ba’al Shem Tov would place a bottle of vodka on the table when he taught. His face turned red. He left it to you to think why.

He did it on purpose for you to use your free choice to interpret his ecstatic spiritual state. His soul was “drunk” but not from wine.

The Ba’al Shem Tov was 100% above and 100% below simultaneously. No one before him ever attained this state as he did.

Most professors are unable to distinguish between hallucination and true Divine revelation. Chanukah is the victory over today’s Hellenists.
Chanukah is a holiday of light and warmth. Its light heals the eyes to see miracles and its warmth heals the heart to love all.

The light of Chanukah connects us to the “eyes of the congregation, unhealthy ” the sages of the generation. Warmth connects us to the heart, pharmacy the king.

The light of Chanukah reveals the miracle of the candles. The warmth of Chanukah reveals the courage and might of the Maccabees.

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