"When we come to the other world and meet the millions of Jews who died in the camps and they ask us 'What have you done?' there will be many answers. You will say, 'I became a jeweler.' Another will say "I smuggled coffee and American cigarettes.' Another will say "I built houses.' But I will say 'I didn't foget you."
– Simon Wiesenthal
"To us, recollection is a holy act: we sanctify the present by remembering the past. To us Jews, the essence of faith is memory. To believe is to remember"
– Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
What will you say? "I became a Rabbi" or "I became president of my Brotherhood." BUT! Will you be able to say "I did not forget you?"
MRJ, in association with FJMC, reminds you that the Time to Remember is upon us. The 5775/2015 program guide and order forms for the "Yellow Candle" program are available. Click here to download.
Support or initiate your Brotherhood's or Congregation’s Yellow Candle distribution!