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Festivity Of Light Produced by the Office of Interfaith Chaplaincy

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Welcome 6 th Annual Celebration of Light Opening comments Andrea Thompson McCall, interfaith clergyman

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The Birth of Baha\'u\'llah The Baha\'i festivity of the introduction of the prophet and organizer of the Baha\'i confidence, once in a while called "Brilliance of God, or "Light of God."

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On November 12, Bahá\'is around the globe commend the introduction of Bahá\'u\'lláh, the prophet-author of the Bahá\'i confidence. Bahá\'u\'lláh signifies "Light of God" - Bahá\'i signifying "devotee of the light." The focal topic of Bahá\'u\'lláh\'s message is the solidarity of humankind. He has said, "So intense is the light of solidarity, that it can enlighten the entire earth." The Birth of Baha\'u\'llah

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The Birth of Baha\'u\'llah This perusing is from the Tablets of \'Abdu\'l-Bahá, the eldest child of Baha\'u\'llah: " … This century—the century of light—has been enriched with interesting and remarkable radiance, influence and brightening… "See how … [candles of] light [are] now unfolding upon the world\'s obscured skyline. The main light is solidarity in the political domain , the early glimmerings of which can now be observed. The second light is solidarity of thought in world endeavors , the fulfillment of which will ere long be seen. The third flame is solidarity in flexibility , which will most likely happen. The fourth flame is solidarity in religion which is the foundation of the establishment itself, and which, by the force of God, will be uncovered in all its magnificence. The fifth flame is the solidarity of countries — a solidarity which in this century will be safely settled, bringing about every one of the people groups of the world to see themselves as natives of one regular homeland. The 6th flame is solidarity of races , making of all that harp on earth people groups and kindreds of one race. The seventh light is solidarity of dialect , i.e., the decision of a general tongue in which all people groups will be told and chat. Every last one of these will unavoidably happen, in light of the fact that the force of the Kingdom of God will help and help with their acknowledgment."

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Christmas The Christian festival of Christmas remembers the introduction of Jesus in Bethlehem, in Judea, around 3 CE. He was a relative of the colossal King David of Israel and seen as the beneficiary to David\'s unceasing royal position. He is broadcasted in the Bible as the Messiah, or blessed one of God.

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Christmas As a significant number of us know, Christmas in America has an assortment of implications. In the Christian confidence custom, the period of Christmas is that time when Christians praise the introduction of Jesus, who might turn into the Christ, the Savior. Christians trust that God incarnated into mankind bringing a message of adoration, equity and peace. Jesus\' unassuming birth advises us that it is in poor people, the untouchable, the affliction that we are most mindful of the affection for God.

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Christmas Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (I) Hark! the envoy heavenly attendants sing Glory to the infant lord! Peace on earth, and kindness gentle God and heathens accommodated Joyful all ye countries rise Join the triumph of the skies With the other-worldly host broadcast Christ is conceived in Bethlehem. Look! the messenger heavenly attendants sing Glory to the infant ruler! (II) Christ, by most astounding paradise loved Christ the everlasting master Late in time see him come Offspring of the favored one Veiled in substance, the godhead see Hail the incarnate god Pleased, as man with men to stay Jesus, our Emmanuel! Look! the envoy blessed messengers sing Glory to the infant ruler! (III) Hail! the he\'an conceived ruler of peace! Hail! the child of nobility! Light and life to all he acquires Risen with mending his wings (mellow he lays his brilliance by) Born that man no more incredible to bring up the children of natural to give them second birth Hark! the envoy heavenly attendants sing Glory to the infant ruler!

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Diwali is a five-day Hindu celebration celebrated on the most recent days of one lunar year and the primary days of the following. This year, Diwali was in November. "Diwali" implies "rows of lit lamps" and the festival is frequently alluded to as the Festival of Lights . Amid this time, homes are completely cleaned and windows are opened to welcome Mother Lakshmi, goddess of riches and success.

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Diwali On the third day, lights are lit in festivity of the New Year. The normal practice is to light little oil lights (called diyas) and place them around the home, in patios, verandahs, and greenhouses, and in addition on rooftop tops and external dividers. In current times, candles are substituted for diyas and neon lights are substituted for candles. The lit lights symbolize information and empower reflection upon the motivation behind every day in the celebration.

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Diwali Perhaps the most surely understood of the Indian celebrations, Diwali is commended all through India, and additionally in Indian people group all through the diaspora. All over the place, it connotes the restoration of existence with the festival of the new lunar year, and it is normal to wear new garments upon the arrival of the celebration. It likewise is perpetually joined by the trading of desserts and the blast of firecrackers. Genuinely, Diwali is a Festival of Light!

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Eid Al Adha The second of the Eid festivities, Eid al Adha celebrates the eagerness of Ibrahim to give up his child Ismail to Allah. The recognition closes the Hajj journey to Mecca.

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Eid Al Adha Eid al Adha commends the Muslim "Celebration of Sacrifice." It is the finishing up demonstration of the Hajj, the journey of Muslims to the blessed city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Each grown-up Muslim is committed to make the journey in any event once in her or his lifetime assuming physically and fiscally ready to do as such. The hajj is the fifth of the required practices known as the Five Pillars of Islam. The others are: *Confession of confidence in God and in the prophet Muhammad *Ritual adore five times day by day *Giving of donations for poor people, and *Fasting amid Ramadan Celebrated by Muslims whether making the journey or not, Eid al Adha remembers the payment with a ram of Abraham\'s (Ibrahim\'s) child Ishmael, whom God –Allah—had required as a penance. As Abraham offered his child, Muslims offer penances, generally of sheep or goats, and give the cooked meat to poor people.

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Eid Al Adha This perusing from the Koran is found in the Sula entitled "The Light": God is the light of the sky and the earth. The similarity of His light is that of a specialty In which is a light, the fire inside a glass, the glass a sparkling star so to speak, lit with the oil Of a favored tree, the olive, neither of the East Nor of the West, whose oil seems to illuminate Even however fire touches it not – light upon light. God advisers for this light whom He will. So does God advance statutes of shrewdness for men, For God knows about everything. The light is lit in places of love Which God has permitted to be raised, And His name recollected in them. His gestures of recognition are sung there morning and night.

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Hanukkah The Jewish Festival Of Lights, an eight day recognition of the rededication of the Second Temple in 165 BCE set apart with progressive lighting of eight candles in the Menorah.

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Hanukkah Also known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah remembers the rededication of the Temple of Jerusalem by Judas Maccabee in 165 BC, after it had been re-taken from the vanquished occupiers of Antiochus IV Epiphanes. In looking to relight the asylum light, or menorah, for the rededication, the Macabees discovered they had sufficiently just oil to copy for one day. Supernaturally, the oil went on for eight days, giving time enough to plan more. Today at Hanukkah, the eight candles of the menorah are lit, one every night, celebrating the eight-day marvel. The Song Hanukkah Blessings highlights the festival.

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Hanukkah Blessings How fortunate are we that we Have lights so we can see Although the day is done What a wonder that a flash Lifts these candles out of the dull Every night, one by one Until the end of Hanukkah, of Hanukkah With the signal chimes and the toys And the TV appears and the clamor It\'s anything but difficult to overlook At the end of the day Our entire family will say These words for Hanukkah "Baruch ata Ado-nai, Elo-heinu Melech ha\'olam, Asher kid\'shanu b\'mitzvosav v\'tzivanu l\'hadlik ner shel Chanukah" Blessed are You, Hashem our G-d, King of the universe, Who has purified us with His rules, and has charged us to Kindle the Chanukah light. We light the candles for Hanukkah, for Hanukkah We recollect how Maccabees Fought so every one of us could be free And so we observe On this celebration of the lights There\'s a cheerful time each night Where we enlighten The candles of Hanukkah, of Hanukkah "Baruch ata Ado-nai, Elo-heinu Melech ha\'olam, She\'asah nisim la\'avoseinu, bayamim ha\'hem baz\'man hazeh" Blessed are You, Hashem our G-d, King of the universe, Who has created supernatural occurrences for our progenitors, in those days at this season. Hanukkah, Hanukkah!

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Kwanzaa, is a contemporary and extraordinarily African American social convention. It was made in the 1960s by Dr. Maulana Karenga, out of the American Civil Rights development and the yearning of African Americans to reconnect with the qualities and conventions of their African family line. Kwanzaa commends seven standards, Nguzo Saba, symbolized by the seven candles on the Kinara, and insisting and sustaining the quality of African American people, families, and groups. These seven standards are clarified in Seven Joyous Days: Celebrate Kwanzaa.

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Kwanzaa Seven Joyous Days – Celebrate Kwanzaa Celebrate Kwanzaa, I need you to recollect, Th

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