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Your Purim 2019 Purim guide contains the story of Purim, and all you need to know about the 4 mitzvahs of Purim and the other observances of the day
Rabbi David Abudraham (14th century, Spain) writes that there had been an earlier custom for children to draw a picture or write the name of Haman on wood or stones
There is a certain madness to this idea of talking to G‑d, of saying “You” to the Ground of Reality.... Like the madness of love or of unbounded joy
G-d hardwired us to see our lives as mundane and contained within the so-called laws of nature, so that we are compelled to search Him out and find purpose, even where it seems there is none, within our personal life journey.
His father was Aaron (the first High Priest) and his son was Pinchas (who had a Parshah commemorating his zealous dedication to G‑d), but who was he?
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People are afraid of joy. They are afraid they’ll get out of hand and lose control. These people haven’t experienced real joy—the joy that comes from doing a mitzvah with all your heart. Where there is that joy, the Divine Presence can enter. Where there is that joy, there are no pits to fall into, and all obstacles evaporate into thin air. The great Kabbalist, Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, said that the gates of wisdom and divine inspiration were opened...