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The customs of Purim involve happiness and Jewish unity
A special prayer to be said during the Purim festive meal
Ten Secrets of Hamantaschen
Air is a tangible substance according to Jewish Law; particles of matter are actually vibrating.
At the Purim festive meal, we are able to draw the light of the divine spark that is within the kelipot, without illuminating the kelipot themselves.
The Megillah is officially read four times in 16 cities in Israel, including Safed, Hebron and Tiberias
The custom to wear disguises on Purim is related to our forefather Yaakov’s wearing of his twin brother Esav’s clothes
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