Primarily, today commemorates the beginning of the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem, with culminated in the destruction of the First Temple. But there is another event we remember today, a more subtle reminder of the dangers of Greek ideology at the root of Chanukah and the root of contemporary culture. Read about it here.
Seeking direction in a misdirected world
- Pirkei Avos
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