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Jewish Electric Memorial Candle Yom Kippur Kaddish Yizkor Yahrzeit Eu Int'l Plug For Sale
Electric Memorial CandleSoul Candle (Ner Neshama in Hebrew),Brand New,made in Israel Round pins version - fit only EU/UK/OZ plugs and other international plugs (upto 240V), will not fit USA flat pins plugs* Economic and easy to use, just plug it in any electric household outlet, the flame will turn on orange light Memorial candle Light, Ner Neshama / Zikaron, for mourning on deceased family and loved ones on the annual day, memorial and holy days (like Yom Kippur, holocaust day and more)Size (L x W x D ) : 2.8 x 1.6 x 1.5 inch / 7.2 x 4.2 x 3.9 cm *You can actually use it in the USA with a simple travel adaptor, but better find one that already comes with US flat pins
A Yahrzeit Candle is a special memorial
candle. Yahrzeit Candles are traditionally lit for deceased relations
for whom one recites Mourner's
Kaddish: parents, spouse, siblings, and children. Lighting a
yahrzeit candle is a Jewish custom (minhag). While it is not
required by Jewish law (halakhah), the custom of lighting a
Yahrzeit candles has become deeply ingrained in Jewish life.
should one light a Yahrzeit (Memorial) Candle? A Yahrzeit
Candle is lit
During the week of Shiva Shiva
At sundown on the eve of the Yahrzeit
(anniversary of the death)
At sundown preceding the start of Yom Kippur
and at sundown preceding the last day of Succoth, Passover
(On these holidays, one should attend the Yizkor (Memorial) Prayer
Service in the synagogue.)
How can one calculate a person's
Yahrzeit date?The date of the Yahrzeit, which is calculated
according to the Hebrew calendar, is the anniversary of the death, not
the burial. Given the date of passing, HebCal.com's
Yahrzeit Calendar can be used to generate a list of corresponding
Yahrzeit dates. How should one light a Yahrzeit Candle?Special
candles that burn for 24 hours are used. Only one Yahrzeit candle needs
to be lit per household. Some people use an electric bulb instead of a
candle today for safety reasons. What prayer is recited when
lighting a Yahrzeit Candle?There is no special prayer that
must be recited while lighting a memorial candle. Some people stop for a
few moments to remember the deceased and to spend some time in
introspection. Others recite Psalms (121, 130, 142 are suggested). What
is the meaning behind lighting a Yahrzeit Candle?Judaism
see similarity between a candle's flame and a soul. The connection
between flames and souls derives from the Book of Proverbs (chapter 20,
verse 27): "The soul of man is the light of God." Just as a flame is
never still, the soul also continuously strives to reach up to God.
Thus, the flickering flame of the Yahrzeit candle helps to remind us of
the departed soul of our loved one (from about.com)Mourners Kaddish prayer, Yahrzeit / Jahrzeit, Yizkor
It is customary that the mourner lead the prayer services if he can.
This increases the merit of the deceased. Generally the prayer services
are performed in the place of shiva. It is important for friends and
neighbors to help maintain this minyan.
At the very minimum the mourners say kaddish. The recitation of the
kaddish prayer is the central to the mourning observances. The kaddish
prayer comes in five forms:
Half kaddish which is used to mark a transition from one part of the
prayer service to the next. This kaddish is said only by the chazon.
Complete kaddish which is used to mark the termination of a major
portion of the prayer service and contains the titkabel, requesting
God's acceptance of our prayer. This also is only said by the chazon.
The Rabbi's kaddish is said after reciting a bit of learning from the
Talmud or Medrash. It is a prayer that requests God to help those who
learn Torah. This is said by mourners.
Mourner's kaddish which is recited only by mourners. This follows
selected prayers that are recited daily and listed in the prayer books.
Burial kaddish which is recited only at the grave site by the mourner.
Kaddish may only be said in the presence of ten male adult Jews, the
mourner being included in the ten. Women do not say kaddish. If there
are no male mourners, somebody else is asked or hired to say mourners
The Yahrzeit means the anniversary of the day of death on which special
observances are preformed. In the past it was observed by fasting, but
today it is the custom to give donations to the poor and many provide
food (liquor and cake) to the synagogue for those who pray there.
The day of the Yahrzeit is always the Hebrew date of death. Even in a
leap year, where there are thirteen months and kaddish is recited for
only eleven months, and the yearly observance ends after twelve months,
the Yahrzeit is observed on the exact Hebrew date of death.
On the Sabbath before the Yahrzeit, it is customary to inform the gabbai
of the synagogue of the upcoming Yahrzeit observance. The gabbai will
then provide an aliyah to the Torah for the person observing the
It is customary to lead the prayer service on the day of the Yahrzeit,
but if the person is incapable of this, he must say the various kaddishs
which are part of the prayer services. This applies beginning from the
evening service (maariv) and extends through the morning service
(shacharit) and concludes with the afternoon service (mincha).
The Yahrzeit is not only observed for the parents, but also the other
relatives for whom one is obligated to mourn.
As with yizkor, it is customary to light a Yahrzeit candle in the home
on the eve of the day of the Yahrzeit to commemorate the death of the
departed. It is customary to donate money to promote Torah studies and
it is also customary that extra learning be done on this day in the name
of the deceased to increase his merit.
It is also customary to visit the grave site on the day of the Yahrzeit.
At the grave Psalms and special prayers which are found in many Prayer
Books are said. It is also customary to learn mishna.
Yizkor is the memorial prayer which recalls the deceased and is recited
on the three major holidays, Passover (on the last day), Shavuot (on the
second day) and Succot (on Shmeni Atzeret) and also on Yom Kippur. It
is recited in the synagogue after the reading of the Torah.
Yizkor is normally begun to be said on the first holiday after the
It is customary to light a Yahrzeit candle (a candle that will burn for
24 hours) in the house on the eve of the holiday to commemorate the
death of the departed. In many synagogues, an electric candle is lit
instead of a wax candle to commemorate the Yahrzeit or Yizkor.
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