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The Festival of Supreme Rejoicing; Hidden Gems in the Scroll of Esther

Purim

Purim

Lotteries and Destiny

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March 15 - 16, 2014

Staff Favorites
One from each genre
The Zohar
Teachings from the primary text of Kabbala, "The Book of Shining Light"
The Holy Ari
Outstanding Kabbalist of the last 1800 years; Leader of the Safed circle of mystics
Mystical Classics
An anthology of explanations from the Ramban, Rabeinu Bachya, the Shelah, Rabbi Alshich, and the Ohr Hachayim
Purim and the Secret of Wine
Terror in Our Time
From Jacob to Mordechai
In the Days of Ahasuerus
Secret of Queen Esther
Inspired and Eternal
The Winning Equation
An End to Limping
Chasidic Masters
An anthology of inspirational insights from the Baal Shem Tov and the Hasidic leaders of the succeeding generations
Waking the King
Esther: Scent from Above
Dressed for (Evil) Success
Behind the Masks
First and Last in the Palace of the King
The Appeal of Evil
Costume Connections
Contemporary Kabbalists
Penetrating insights from leading Kabbalists & mystics of our times
An End to Evil
Lots of Purim Fun
Eliminating Doubt
Even Above the Lottery
Ascent Lights
Contemporary Illuminations from Ascent-of-Safed's director - Rabbi Shaul Leiter - & other staff & guest teachers
Fallen Kings
Is G-d Missing?
Purim's Many Gifts
Purim and Providence
Complete Reversal
Mystic Stories
Beginner
Mystic Stories
Wonders and inspiration from Kabbalists, Chasidic Rebbes, remarkable Jews
Laws & Customs
Victory Victuals
Before the Purim Feast
Mystic Purim Pastries
Electronic Megillah Readings
Knowing How to Not Know
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