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This Menorah has been in my husband family since he was a child and we have lighted it for the last 28 years

 

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@I am still oxox  It is beautiful.

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I am still ox ox,

 

What a beautiful Menorah.  I love tradition and family heirlooms with deep meaning.  Your husband and you have been wise to keep this particular Menorah active in your home for so many years.

 

Tradition!  (Trying to convey the music that goes with the lyric)

 

HAPPY HANUKKAH or CHANUKAH!

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Happy Chanukah. May you enjoy the light and happiness of the season, and may you enjoy the potato pancakes that I hope someone dear will prepare for you.

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Hanukkah Sameach 🕎 

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That is a very traditional menorah.

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Chag Urim Sameach! Woman Happy

 

(I had to look that up a while back. It means Happy Festival of Lights in Hebrew.)

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I put my candles in from right to left, am i doing it wrong, I hear to assemble them right to left and light from left to right. 

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Beautiful tradition.   Warms my heart. Heart

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@Shelbelle 

 

Acutally mine is backwards, you put the candles like you read Hebrew

 


@Shelbelle wrote:

I put my candles in from right to left, am i doing it wrong, I hear to assemble them right to left and light from left to right. 


 

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