But then early this morning, the last morning of Chanukah, in the Jerusalem Bus Station, I saw this wonderful sight in a candy store. One of the workers took a break to pray. He's wearing his Tallit and T'fillin.
Remember that one of the major mitzvot we must obey during Chanukah is to publicize the miracles G-d has done for us. That's why we're supposed to light our Chanuka Menorah outside, or on a window sill which faces outside. Seeing these two young men praying so publicly is wonderful. Our religion, Judaism, is not to be hidden.