It was very funny - and got three thumbs up in our house - looking forward to more a memorable and easy way to explain Purim we are going to watch it again and again
Anonymous usa chabadect.com
April 2, 2014
Purim Slide of Temple to be built in Jerusalem after return of Jews
Excellent slideshow for children. Enjoyable. I was fascinated by the slide of the Temple to be built by permission of King Darius of Persia. The slide showed the outer Courtyard containing four corner sections making a shape of a cross as the "walking areas" of those who enter and navigate about the area. I never saw an artistic depiction like this. Interesting.
J Jones Boyertown PA
February 23, 2013
Hilarious. So serious. Sounded just like angry Persians.
Anonymous CA, USA
March 4, 2012
the purim slide show
it is very funny.
Gitty lipszyc Woodbury, NY jewishtob.org
February 26, 2012
The Purim Slide Show
Thank you for putting this up. I have been looking for it all over!
Bryna segelstein las vegas
March 20, 2011
This is really fantastically educational...
Very well done. More like this is needed. Realistic, detailed and informative. The producer is Rabbi Michael Albukerk and the artist is Norman Nodel.
Shneur Cohen Brooklyn, NY
February 27, 2011
It is really cool snd it teaches little kids so many things... it makes me laugh too... loved it.
Thus far, we have dealt with progressive Tzimtzumim designed to bring the Sechel of the Rav into the range of the Talmid. However, in order to actually extend Sechel to the Talmid, actual speech is required. Sechel, itself, no matter how reduced, can not generate speech, because Sechel is private and not-expressive. Speech requires the intermediacy of Middos, the essence of which is to extend the private domain of the “self” to others.
The second half of the last millennium (1500-today) saw still newer developments in Halakah as well as in other fields of literacy. How do these major literary trends (such as Hassidism) define Judaism today and into the future?