Monday, February 26, 2007

An Aid To Better Understanding Purim


At February 26, 2007 at 8:35:00 AM EST, Anonymous Poppyseed Hamantaschen Eater said...

Thank you ASJ for posting this. Purim has always been a difficult holiday to relate to for me. It affected the entire Jewish people, but all our ancestors were not in Persia so I feel a certain detachment from it (unlike Pesach).

Does anyone else feel this way?

At February 26, 2007 at 11:20:00 PM EST, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy is one who merits to be saved from the erring and those lost in the darkness and gloom, who do not see and behold the light of the True Tzaddik, who is the root of all the Tzaddikim of all the generations, who will finish in perfection all the rectifications with which the Tzaddikim of all the generations began to rectify the world. For even the great Tzaddikim still did not yet finish this matter in perfection, and only he will complete all the rectifications and will rectify the whole world with the essence of perfection. And in his great power all the inhabitants of the world will return to Hashem Yisborach, so that all will fufill the Torah. And he will subdue and nullify all the hereises and atheism and will draw down great faith into the world, in the essence of perfection. And he will illuminate the world with a revelation of Divinity, with a very amazing revelation, the likes of which has not yet been heard or seen in all the days of the world.


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