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Adar, Month of: twelfth month in the Jewish calendar; the month in which Purim is celebrated
The Kabbalah of the Jewish months
Learn the mystical dimension of the Jewish month embedded in its Hebrew name, mazal, tribe, attribute and more. The Hebrew zodiac for Adar is “dagim” (fish), a.k.a. Pisces.
The story of the perfect guy’s proposal
Why the constant focus on joy, and how do we increase in our joy during the month of Adar? Comparing and contrasting the holidays of Purim and Pesach sheds light on how to serveG-d with greater joy.
“Mazal tov” is not “good luck”
The Torah tells us not to pay attention to astrological influences, but it also tells us that Adar is a month full of “mazal” (good fortune). How do we reconcile these concepts?
Contemporary Halachah and Shulchan Aruch
Want to increase your wealth? Plant a tree.
During the month of Adar we have access to the highest source of light and G-dliness, and we have the ability to bring it down into our emotions.
The additional month in a “pregnant year”
The Jewish leap year contains 13 months, instead of the regular twelve—i.e., an extra month is added at the end of the year (another Adar). What is the meaning behind this added month?
This is for the wedding in an auspicious time. It’s in the month of Adar, so you must be extra joyous. May your wellsprings spread to the outside; with increased joy. (Collage)
Purim is meant to be the most joyous day of the year, so surely we can learn keys to joy from the four mitzvahs we follow to celebrate Purim.
How a shift in mindset helps us beat the blues and remain happy, even in tough times.
Your wedding date falls out at just the right time to “increase in joy,” since there are sixty days of Adar this year.
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