The Lubavicher Rebbe says about the 5th Light of Chanukah:
"The fifth Hanukkah candle signifies great darkness because this day cannot fall on the Holy Sabbath. And through the Hanukkah candles, the greatest (spiritual) darkness of the world is illuminated. And for this reason, the potential of Hanukkah comes to fruition specifically through the fifth candle, which illuminates the darkest night- the night which never has the light of Shabbos. And this is the function of every Jew, in every place -- to illuminate the darkest place."
That's what we're talking about, people. The darkest of the dark can only be illuminated by the bravest fire - the one that will go where not even the light of Shabbos has ever shined.
TODAY on Radio Free Nachlaot:
RAIN SONGS 9am - 11am
Benzion Eliyahu Lehrer 11am (Repeats at 5pm) "The Returning Light: Through the Jewish Year"
Israeli Soul Afternoon with Yankle Shemesh, Soulfarm and Shoshanna Piano 1:30pm - 6pm
6 - 8pm Arnie Draiman's tzedaka adventures, an interview with Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum of Bat Ayin
8pm - THE NOT FOR DRAG QUEENS ONLY SHOWTUNES SHOW Presents THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN followed by Linus & Lucy: The Music of Vince Guaraldi by GEORGE WINSTON
10:15pm George Winston's "December"