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Lisa Idaho 11 אפריל 2017

I can't find information to two questions. Are candles lit every night of Passover or just on the first night? Also, when the candles are lit the first night, are they supposed to burn for a certain time or be allowed to go out on their own that night? Thanks! השב

Chabad.org Staff 16 אפריל 2017
in response to Lisa:

Hi Lisa, candles are lit the first two and last two nights of Passover as those are considered holidays. Candles may not be extinguished on Shabbat nor on major holidays such as Passover, hence we allow the candles to burn out and they usually do by the time the Passover meal is over. השב

Chabad.org Staff 13 פברואר 2017

What we mean is that we are not permitted to blow out the match we are using to light the candles, after we have finished using it, due to the prohibition to extinguish flames on Shabbat. Hence we place it on the tray or aluminum foil and allow it to burn out on its own, which takes seconds. Hope that's clear. השב

Peter Eckels Phoenix AZ 13 פברואר 2017

I'm not understanding your comment about the match used to light the candles...

Once the candles are lit, the Shabbat has been ushered in. As such, it is forbidden at that time to extinguish the match.

how can a small match burn continuously ?
Don't you mean the candles ? השב

Chabad.org Staff 19 ינואר 2017

Please see this link for an explanation on the source for lighting Shabbat candles. השב

PalealYah Ben Israel Elk Grove 12 ינואר 2017

Show me any of the above in the Torah only? השב

Anonymous 8 נובמבר 2016

A poster ask "What can you do if you, for some reason, don’t have candles or something to light them with?"Rochel Chein for chabad.org answered in response to Electric candles that "Real flames should be lit whenever possible. Using a electric lights should only be done where an open flame is not possible, such as when in the hospital."

My question is and assuming you dont have electric candles is what can you do if you, for some reason, don’t have candles or something to light them with? השב

Malkie Janowski for Chabad.org Chabad.org 7 נובמבר 2016

The Midrash tells us of the candle that would burn from one Sabbath eve to the next in the tent of Sarah and later, Rebecca (Beraishit Rabbah, 60), as mentioned in the article. השב

Jerry Thomas Eugene Oregon 4 נובמבר 2016

I have a question...

Where do we find Sarah lighting a sabbath ccandle? As also Rebecca? השב

Corinne Morales Phelan,Ca 26 אוגוסט 2016

Shabbat Shalom. Please pray for my son Elijah to come home to mom. I miss him!! השב

Albert Kagan Roswell 17 יולי 2016

I was at the hospital right before the start of Shabbos, and during sunset, I did this prayer when I was at the hospital bed waiting for my surgeon to come in. It was worth it. And after my surgery, they gave me grape juice in my hospital bed, and I did the "b'rey pri-hagafen". It was so worth it. השב

Yisroel Cotlar Cary NC 14 יולי 2016

It is not the dining itself that is the problem. Rather, the handling of money, transaction, having food being cooked for you on Shabbos, etc

These are activities we do not do on Shabbos, even if it is inconvenience. Of course, we also make sure to think of Shabbos when we make our travel plans and not cut things to close... השב

Anonymous 9 יולי 2016

Is it acceptable to dine in a restaurant on Sabbath if you are far from home and cannot prepare or bring a meal? השב

Igor Bartolic croatia zagreb 7 יוני 2016

Thank You.I wish You to great Shabbat Shalom.HaShem bless You. השב

Stephanie Howell Hardeeville, SC 10 אפריל 2016

Can you put subtitles on these for deaf people? I am not deaf but I can not hear the video because my computer is not working properly but I can't hear what is being said because of this and I really want to hear it! השב

Eliezer Zalmanov for Chabad.org 27 דצמבר 2015

Light and good things in general should never be decreased. Once someone started lighting a certain amount of candles, she should not revert to less. השב

Anonymous Phoenix, AZ 23 דצמבר 2015

What is the number of candle(s) for someone is, Chas V'Shalom, widowed? השב

Rochel Chein for chabad.org 24 נובמבר 2015

Real flames should be lit whenever possible. Using a electric lights should only be done where an open flame is not possible, such as when in the hospital. השב

Anonymous Wichita 20 נובמבר 2015

Are we permitted to use electric candles? Or do we need to use the specific shabbat candles? השב

Eli Kogan Staten Island 26 אוקטובר 2015

You can find instructions in Russian right here ru.chabad.org/1474474 השב

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