The Mask (6:19)
Everyone enjoys the holiday of Purim, its customs, food, costumes and masks. However, the day after Purim the children put their masks away while the adults don’t, they continue to hide their insecurities, vulnerabilities and doubts, lest anyone find out who they really are and that they might be a little less confident than they seem
Rabbi Abba Perelmuter (58)
Purim and Pressure (1:02:41)
Why would God force the Jews to accept the Torah right after they willingly agreed to it? And why do our sages say that after the story of Purim the Jews willingly re-accepted the Torah which annulled the disclaimer (“מודעה רבה לאורייתא”) they could have heretofore claimed? This class was given at The Baal Shem Tov Library, 1709 ave J
Rabbi Naftali Silberberg (170)
When God Laughed (1:25)
Wishing you a most joyful and inspiring Purim!.
Series: JLI Weekly Video
The Great Purim Secret (3:18)
One of the customs on Purim is to eat Hamantaschen, delicious sweet tarts named literally "Haman's hat", or in Hebrew "Haman's ears". Why would we want to eat a piece of our evil enemy Haman? To learn more with Rabbi David Aaron visit his website at: rabbidavidaaron.com.
Rabbi David Aaron (80)<