The Meaning of Purim

On Wednesday at sundown, the Jewish people will begin to celebrate the holiday of Purim, which recalls the biblical story of Esther. Yael shares with us the deep and spiritual meanings of this special day, which is also a time to put on costumes, sing, dance, and give to one another and the needy.

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