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Dressing up on Purim

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On wearing costumes and masks on the holiday of Purim
Some reasons behind the age-old custom to dress up on Purim.
Recovery involves shedding the mask, sometimes layers and layers of masks. Purim allows us to play out this process with festivities, friends, and fun.
The celebration of Purim is part of this ongoing love story between G-d and His people. Because of G-d remaining anonymous He gave us the chance to shine.
Purim is super-Kabbalistic. After all, Purim is all about disguise, secrets and intrigue. And there’s no greater secret than who you really are. Actually, there is. It’s the secret of who is Feivel.
One of the traditions of Purim is dressing up in fancy dress and wearing masks. What is the reason for this custom and how does it connect to the celebration of the day?
When you consider the cost and lack of originality of store-bought costumes, homemade costumes are a more fun, and oftentimes more cost-effective, option . . .
“They all dress the same, they’re so boring.” As I got to know them more and more I began to discover the uniqueness of each individual. The seemingly similarity in their outward appearance forced me to look inside and see each as person for who they real...
Is this what Purim is all about—pretending to be something or someone you are not?
Young Ahron Friedman and Rosa Zajac, whose names were on the memorial plaques never had the luxury of an intervention that could have saved them. We were giving Danny a chance at life, by offering him help to stop his abuse of drugs.
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