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Mishloach Manot (Sending Food Portions to a Friend on Purm)

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Laws, Customs, Insights
Prepare for Purim with a quick overview of a) the practical laws (halacha) of Purim, b) the Megillah story, and c) insights into the deeper meaning of the holiday.
Do I have to get drunk on Purim?
I’m going to sound like a nerd, but I’m not. Do I have to drink on Purim?
The laws and customs for the purim mitzvot of mishloach manot—sending food gifts, matanot la’evyonim—charity for the poor, and the festive feast.
My neighbor's mother recently passed away, and I know there's a prohibition against gift-giving within the first twelve months. Does this include Purim?
The nuances of Purim's mitzvot reveal many levels
The nuances of Purim's mitzvot reveal many levels
Beyond the bare bones requirements, a wealth of customs have grown around this joyous day. Here are some, ranging from the well-known to the more obscure.
There are some things that “everyone knows.” Turns out not all of them are true.
However you choose to express yourself, your world needs your creative response.
A Mishloach Manot Tale
Taking a cue from the Rebbe, who always stressed the importance of reaching out to every Jew everywhere, we decide to share the wealth!
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