Multiple faith traditions celebrate light over darkness. Hindus recently celebrated Diwali by lighting diyas. The Jewish festival of lights, Hanukkah, began this week and is observed by lighting the Menorah. Buddhists focus on insight over the darkness of ignorance. Christians are celebrating the Advent season by lighting candles. Let's celebrate the light/divine spark within each of us. - Ameeta
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Editor's Note: Multiple faith traditions celebrate light over darkness. Hindus recently celebrated Diwali by lighting diyas. The Jewish festival of lights, Hanukkah, began this week and is observed by lighting the Menorah. Buddhists focus on insight over the darkness of ignorance. Christians are celebrating the Advent season by lighting candles. Let's celebrate the light/divine spark within each of us. - Ameeta
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