#1353 Prayer For The Fourth Night Of Chanuka
Master of the world who can do anything, may I merit on the lighting of the fourth candle, to the head of all heads, to the head that is unknown, to the root of the lights.
Like it says, “and Hashem said let there be light and there was light”.
Because the fourth candle represents the fourth day of the creation of the world, when the two great lights were fixed in place, which were drawn from the light of Ein Sof, and which go and become stronger until the end of all life.
Because on the fourth night of Hanukah, the lights of Ein Sof shine, which have no end and which are beyond investigation, may we merit that there comes down on us the light of Ein Sof which reaches beyond purpose.
Because the fourth candle, which represents the two great lights, because the fourth candle is really drawn down from the light of Ein Sof, from the light of the seven days, from the head that is unknown, from nukva d’pardashka, from the right nostril, from which comes the ruach (wind/spirit) of the revival of the dead.
Because on account of the fourth candle of Hanukah, which represents King David peace be upon him, it’s possible to revive all the dead in the world, because King David is eternal, the fourth leg of the chariot, because at the time David said, “because Hashem said to him, curse David, over Shimi Ben Gera” at that moment a heavenly voice emerged and announced that King David was the fourth leg of the chariot.
Therefore, there is a heaven which represents King David peace be upon him, where it’s possible to make all the salvations in the world, including the revival of the dead.