Happy Hanukkah eCards are the perfect way to make the Festival of Lights even brighter for friends and family. Festive Hanukkah eCards are simple to send just once, or for all eight days of the season!
Introducing The Singing Latkes Eight little lights burning all in a row, Recalling the miracle so long ago-- The Temple was saved after fighting a war, The building was cleaned; menorah restored. They only had oil to last for one day, But lo and behold-- it lasted for eight! It's Hanukkah tonight! The Festival of Lights! So light your menorah, we'll all dance the hora, It's Hanukkah tonight! Happy Hanukkah!
The Eight Candles of Chanukah The first candle glows with a wish for the best things in life, the second radiates the love thats in your heart. The third gleams with good luck and success in all you do, the fourth is a beam for friendships that stay with you forever. The fifth candle is a ray of closeness to family, and the sixth shines for good health. The seventh candle flickers for the joy of simple pleasures, and the eighth a tiny beacon of peace and happiness. TAG: As the menorah glows with light, may all your eight days of Chanukah be warm and bright with happiness.
Wishing you a joyful holiday! The Tradition of the Menorah Hanukkah is called the Festival of Lights because of a miracle that happened over two thousand years ago when the Jewish people restored the Temple after defeating the Assyrians. The miracle? With only one tiny jar of oil, the holy lamp burned in celebration, not just for one night, but for eight days. So now, every night for eight nights, Jewish people light candles in a menorah, one of the oldest symbols of the Jewish faith. The candles are placed in the Hanukkah menorah from right to left and kindled from left to right to commemorate the eight-day miracle. To light the menorah, click and slide the star.